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This letter doesn’t add anything to the application — it just summarizes information already available from the resume.That’s just a waste of space, and space is already really limited!But you can do it for regular companies too, with a little bit of research.No time for that when you’re applying to 30 different jobs?Elsa And Barbie are best friends and they decided to go on a super fun dating adventure together, and what could b... This mysterious Mr wants only a date, a dance, a romance.Style him and his delicious date in chic suits, skirts and hats for a sharp, classic look. It's so hard to ask your highschool crush out for the first time! Several hiring managers have emailed me when they spotted candidates using parts of it as their own — and yes, those candidates were rejected. The Evil HR Lady, who I secretly worship, has shamed me into posting an example of a good cover letter.
Take my word for it: Your competition is sending in cover letters like example #1 (if they even bother with them at all).
I’ve never missed a deadline (in a recent performance review, my manager called me “the fastest writer on the planet”) and pride myself on being able to juggle many different projects.
My copy-editing skills border on the obsessive-compulsive; I have been known to correct mistakes on restaurant menus!
This letter does the following: – It shows personal interest in working for this particular organization, and it’s specific about why, which makes it both more believable and more compelling.
It’s human nature — people respond when they feel a personal interest from you. – It only briefly touches on the writer’s work experience, giving just the upshot and leaving the details for the resume.