(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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Hello! I've already have two letters of recommendation from academic sources. However, I've been working for a corporation for the past three years, and I thought having a professional LOR would be helpful. The most "personal" would come from the Director of my department as I worked with him directly before taking another position in the department. The issue is that he retired last month. Would he still make the best choice for a professional LOR, and if so, what would I state as his "title" or would it be okay to leave it blank?
Last edited by glsamo on Thu Dec 06, 2012 11:58 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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The best letters are from people who know you and know your work, not the people with the fanciest titles. Pick someone who will write a good letter about you. As for title, something like "Former supervisor" or just their job title while they worked with you would be fine. I don't think it's that important what you put, and since it's not required you could also just leave it blank.
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