Writing An Effective Cover Letter


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A cover letter is the first impression you make to your potential employer right before he jumps into your resume. You may feel as though the document is unnecessary since you already provide a resume with plenty of information. Not so! A cover letter serves an important purpose: it presents your case for why you should be hired. Your cover letter is where you can show your passion for the position or company, and highlight relevant qualifications. Here are some useful tips that will help you chora a great cover letter.

Customize Each Letter

It might seem tedious, be it is important to customize each letter to fit the specific job you for which you are applying.Do not use the same cover letter to apply for all the jobs.It will make your letter stand out.

Contact Information

To begin, include both the employer’s and your contact information.This could be your official name and address and phone number.

Introduce yourself

Put yourself in the hiring manager’s shoes for a second. Would you like to be addressed as “Dear Sir or Madam?”

Also,introduce yourself to the hiring manager.This is simply a good way to sell yourself by using a few words.Begin by telling the employer the position you are applying for and how you learned about the opportunity.The rest of this paragraph should briefly present basic info about yourself, including: degree, area of study/expertise, and your career goals in terms of how they align with the goals of the company.

Argue why you’d be a good fit for the job

Sell yourself.Describe how your previous job experiences, skills, and abilities will allow you to meet the company’s needs.To make that easier, you can (and should) literally include words and phrases from the job description in your cover letters.In a third paragraph, explain how you can fit into that schema, and help push the company forward and achieve any goals you suspect they may have.

Read Samples and Templates

For help writing your cover letter, read samples like the one below, as well as cover letter templates. Remember to tailor any example or template to fit your own experiences and the job for which you are applying.


The final paragraph is called the “call to action.” Inform them that you’d love to get interviewed. Tell them that you’ll be in contact with them in a week if you don’t hear back. Thank them for spending the time to read your letter.

Edit, Edit, Edit

Be sure to thoroughly proofread each cover letter before sending it, looking for grammar and spelling errors. Consider asking a friend or family member, or even a career counselor, to read over your cover letter.

All the best in kuchora your resume.





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