Write a cover letter

This one page letter can open or close the door an interview with a recruiter. It introduces you, Highlight your relevant experiences and clearly shows your interest in a specific position or function. The cover letter should be personalized and should be addressed to the hiring manager to show respect for the company and the position. Make it yours.
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Our tips for writing a convincing cover letter.

1. Write it on one page.

2. Introduce yourself and brag a little.

3. Personalize it!

4. Thank the reader for his consideration.


Just like the experience section of a resume, the cover letter has to be personalized. But this time, you tell a story. Choose key responsibilities in the job description and explain how you handled similar tasks in your previous roles.

It's your turn !

Select responsibilities in the job description, and then choose your own examples of similar tasks.

Examples

Job Description: Manage a Team
My experience: As a branch manager at Joe's Print Shop, I was responsible for team management, training and day-to-day problem solving for a team of six customer service representatives.

Job Description: Forecast Industry Trade Trends
My experience: Provide a monthly forecast analysis based on the frequency of use of the client. Printing, paper and office supplies.

Job Description: Solving Customer Complaints
My experience: As a team leader, I reduced customer complaints by 5% per quarter.

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