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11 Mar

Job Letter


Posted by: Adam Hawryluk

What is a Job Letter?

Your job letter is written by your employer to verify your position within the company, tenure, and income.

What should your Job Letter include?

Your job letter should be written on company letterhead and should include: your position within the company, tenure, salary/wage, hours guaranteed per week (if applicable), and be signed by the individual issuing it.

Why do lenders require a Job Letter?

Lenders require your job letter to verify employment as well as to have a contact number on file for any questions regarding your employment.

How do I get my Job Letter?

Job letters can be obtained through a simple request made to your employer, they generally will have a template on hand so it will take very little time to complete.



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