I have completed my cover letter for a company I am very interested in, however there is this one sentence that is giving me doubts. I would appreciate any help. Thanks
"Two years before graduating from the University of British Columbia in Computer Engineering, I started working concurrently for RMV Motion as a software developer."
For some reason the a word was left out of my copy and paste...
"Two years before graduating from the University of British Columbia in Computer Engineering, I started working concurrently for RMV Motion as a software developer".
I do not know if the adverb concurrently is being used correctly. Would appreciate feedback
Oh ok, the purpose of that sentence is to let them know that I was studying and working at the same time, Thanks for the reply.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 09-Jul-2013 at 00:35. Reason: Fixing typo.
Thank you for both your inputs, as it is a cover letter and the hiring manager will probably just give it a very quick glance before deciding to send it to the technical lead, I will keep the adverb at the risk of repetition, thank you both for your inputs I feel much more comfortable about my letter.