In most cases job applications require a cover letter. A cover letter can be the difference between standing out and getting an interview or having your CV ignored. So yes, cover letters matter and that’s why as a job seeker you need to take time and craft the right cover letter for that job you want.
A cover letter compliments your resume and does not repeat the same information that can be found in the resume. The purpose of the cover letter is to communicate why you should be hired for the position, so it’s crucial to include information that makes the case as to why you would be suited for the job. Below is a cover letter format that should help you write a successful cover letter
Top accomplishment that can prove value to the company you are applying: use detailed examples!
Top skills or two that they need to accomplish their goals: use detailed examples!
Remember your cover is only supposed to be one page, so do not go overboard with the information you provide in the letter. Long cover letters can damage your chances of getting the job
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