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Hi, Mooninsky,

"I apply assistant engineer as I can utilize my knowledge learned from work in this job. "

Is there any recommendation to improve the above sentence? I want to say that I learned knowledge from my present workthat/which can be utilized in the job that I apply for. Thank you.

You can say, "I'd like to apply for the job of an assistant engineer depending on my experience, knowledge and skills which would undoubtedly be useful for your company"

Last edited by ahmed_btm
@ahmed_btm posted:

You can say, "I'd like to apply for the job of an assistant engineer depending on my experience, knowledge and skills which would undoubtedly be useful for your company"

Dear Ahmed,

I'm not sure that the article I highlighted above is correct.

And rather than "depending on," I'd use "based on" because what follows is what enables you to apply. With "depending on," it sounds as if you are leaving your decision to apply up to the other person.

Dear Ahmed,

I'm not sure that the article I highlighted above is correct.

And rather than "depending on," I'd use "based on" because what follows is what enables you to apply. With "depending on," it sounds as if you are leaving your decision to apply up to the other person.

Dear 'Gustavo',

I completely agree with you. 'An' seems unnecessary here. Also, 'based' is the correct word to use in such a context.

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