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Job hunting can be overwhelming at the best of times, never mind during a global pandemic, and Meghan Markle has been quietly working to support women who are in that position.
On Tuesday, the UK charity Smart Works revealed that the Duchess of Sussex has been sending personal notes to women who are currently job hunting, wishing them good luck. While the bulk of the note was typed, Meghan included a handwritten personal message to each woman, showing off her renowned calligraphy skills.
In her message to one woman who was preparing for a job interview, Meghan wrote: “You’ll be amazing in your interview! Remember, deep breaths and be yourself.”
In another note, written to a woman who had recently been offered a job, Meghan wrote: “I wanted to offer my personal congratulations on landing a new position in public health – I can’t think of anything more important right now. And I’m so pleased to know that Smart Works supported you in the lead-up to your successful job interview.”
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