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  1. There were some comments in the previous post, "As soon as you write the cover letter, 50 proposals are submitted", in which case will there be a chance to get a job with the proposal? ->Think logically; Does the client hire immediately after posting the job? The answer is no. The client waits for a good job bid to come, the bid of a good candidate to come. Regardless of the amount of 50 or 100 or 200 proposals, your goal will be to give a better proposal than them, to give your best. Everyone in the world gets a job by competing, and in order to survive in the long run, you have to master this skill, how to win the job by competing with everyone. Give your best without looking at the number of proposals. You will learn to get a job by bidding one day before or after. Go Ahead! Thanks All
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