Throw away your form letter. These days, getting your cover letter noticed means getting creative. Here's how a good cover letter can be the difference.
Some tips for creating successful email cover letters are the same as for paper cover letters. Other tips pertain only to the electronic medium, and when disregarded, could ruin your chances before your foot is in the door.
Job seekers over 50 walk a fine line between communicating their extensive experience and giving away their age. So how to walk that line? By following some simple do’s and don’ts.
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A Personal Brand statement can be used in your cover letter. Here's how to use it with the most impact.
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When romancing a potential employer, woo them with your words and deeds.
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The purpose of a cover letter is to narrate your resume in your own voice. Your resume is a dense, concise, bullet pointed document. It is unfriendly and unfeeling. Your cover letter is there to contextualize your resume.