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I have enclosed my resume in the attachment. Please review it and reply at your earliest convenience.

Do " enclosed" and "attached" have the same meaning?

Is "at your earliest convenience" possible in applying for a job?

Can we use "enclosed" in a business email, like invoice copy, etc.?

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Are you talking about an email or a paper letter?

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An email.

If you have more than one file in the attachment, say:

I have included my resume in the attachment.

If you have just one file, say:

I have attached my resume hereby for your consideration.