If you don’t know what a suitable job for yourself is, how would someone else?
Here you are, a professional, with a degree/education, maybe some professional/training/internship experience and you still don’t know what job title you should be applying for.
I can understand if you are uncertain at what level you should pitch.
For e.g. If it is a large company you may be happy being a supervisor, but in a small company you may want a managerial position, but to not even mention the department or even
the area of expertise is unacceptable.
Here is what you should do:
> Mention your interest / job title / applying for/ aiming for, in the header of the email/ cover letter
> You can also list all the possibilities you maybe interested in.
so if you were applying to a hotel it could be, Duty Manager, Asst Front Office Manager, Concierge Manager etc
if you were applying to the Sales department of a company, it could be, Sales associate/ sales executive/ assistant manager sales
>>example | applying for/interested in the position of executive/manager in accounts management
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