Such prospective applicants seem therefore poorly educated, lazy, and unprofessional.
Needless to say, in most cases such applications are thrown in the bin and never thought of again. K.'s online Daily Mail  claimed in an article that this casual, lazy usage of text language outside of the world of mobile phones is becoming something of a contagious disease.
From recent studies that have been conducted, it has been revealed that approximately 9 out of 10 American citizens aged between 18 years and 36 years hold the same belief that texting while driving is distracting as well as risky (Beede & Kass 415).
In addition, approximately 66% of American adults have been observed to email or read text messages from their mobile phones while driving to their various destinations.
To consider both sides of the coin, it is wise to state a few advantages and disadvantages of texting while driving.
As aforementioned, the cellular phone, better known as the mobile phone has brought about numerous luxuries and conveniences that make it sufficient for everyday individual activities (Ishigami & Klein 158).
On the other hand, one of the disadvantages of texting while driving is because of its sole reason of creating a distraction for that particular individual thus making them not to pay full attention to the road ahead or the various road signs along the way (Beede & Kass 417). To begin with, it has been observed from recent studies that have been conducted that majority of American citizens are in complete agreement that texting while one is driving should be banned as it is the leading cause of numerous road accidents that could have been avoided (Ishigami & Klein 159).
An example is given of an individual who was on his way to Seattle and happened to take his eyes off the road in order to scan an email on his mobile phone (Mc Cartt 5).
Phrases such as ‘lol’ and ‘k’ (meaning ‘laugh out loud’ and ‘okay’ respectively) are being used increasingly in speech and in email correspondence.
The result is that many employees and prospective employees appear highly unprofessional in the work place, particularly when corresponding with their superiors.