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An impressive cover letter will probably make a great first impression to hiring managers — which is key to landing an interview.
We’ve done all the necessary preparation and have our philosophy of building the better burger. Here’s the structure I suggest for your cover letter (and I like using block paragraph format–saves space and looks cleaner): Your street address (notice your name is not here) Your City, State and Zip [one space] Date [one space] ContactsRead… Read more »
ClearedJobs.Net’s HR Strategist Patra Frame guides job seekers on writing cover letters. Cover letters are, just like your resume, an advertisement for your skills and abilities. It’s your opportunity to tell a hiring manager why they should interview you about your qualifications for the position they are trying to fill.
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For a lot of people, writing the cover letter is the most excruciatingly painful experience of applying for a job. It shouldn’t be. Here’s why: 1) Cover letters are stories. Everyone loves stories. 2) Cover letters are stories on your favorite topic. You can write a story about yourself, and enjoy yourself while doing so,Read… Read more »
Most employers don’t kiss on the first date. Or, to put it another way, they’re not going to hire you based on your resume. Your resume should not focus on trying to get you a job – it should focus on getting you an interview. That means creating a CV that teases an employer intoRead… Read more »
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