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  1. SunMoon's Avatar

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    Question to be considered OR to be considered for...???

    I am answering a recruiter a I would write this opening sentence:

    Thank you for you e-mail advertising the position of Business Analyst which I should like to be considered.

    I am not sure whether I have to put for at the end, like '...to be considered for.'

    ???

  2. Soup's Avatar
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    Re: to be considered OR to be considered for...???

    ... for which I would like to be considered.

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