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What Does a Character Reference Look like?

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A character reference is a formal recommendation written by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability. You can view sample character reference letters online at various websites.
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Someone who can vouch for you. They should know you professionally or personally. They should be able to tell another person of what kind of person you are.
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1. Request information about the person who asked you to write a character reference. You may know a lot about his activities outside of work, including any organizations he is a
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1. Include the basics. One of the first parts of understanding how to write a character reference is figuring out what is involved. Some key informational points need to be involved
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If asked on an application, it means 'someone that knows you and will speak to your (hopefully) good character in the past. ie: a neighbor, a teacher, a pastor, anyone who will either
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