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    Question With the plus to be immediately available... Please, can anyone check my writings?

    Is the below sentence correct?

    In answer to your question, Yes, I am currently looking for a new job so no current salary with the plus to be immediately available for any opportunity in the UK.

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    Default Re: With the plus to be immediately available... Please, can anyone check my writings

    Hi SunMoon

    In answer to your question, yes, I am currently looking for a new job, so [I have] no current salary [, but] the added bonus [is that I am] available immediately for any opportunity in the UK.
    What does the underline part mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    Hi SunMoon
    What does the underline part mean?
    The recruiter is asking which is my current salary.

    I could write my previous one but in this bad time I prefer to be open to any proposals avoiding to be not considered because positions could be not in line with my previous salary. In fact after this sentence I am writing my salary expectation which is more less than how much I used to earn in past.

    Crisis time, time of sales..., correct?

    Thank you for all your corrections!

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    Question Re: With the plus to be immediately available... Please, can anyone check my writings

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    Hi SunMoon

    [INDENT]In answer to your question, yes, I am currently looking for a new job, so [I have] no current salary [, but] the added bonus [is that I am] available immediately for any opportunity in the UK.
    I know that the use of but is a negative start in English, could I use though in this case:

    In answer to your question, yes, I am currently looking for a new job, so I have no salary, though the added bonus is that I am available immediately for any opportunity in the UK.

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    Default Re: With the plus to be immediately available... Please, can anyone check my writings

    Hi SunMoon

    In answer to your question, I am currently unemployed and looking for a new job, and I am available immediately for any opportunity in the UK.

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