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Mason Keeffe
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about 1 month ago

Is anybody else struggling to craft a cover letter that truly stands out? I dove into an enlightening article that demystified the process, and it really made it feel like a breeze. It stressed the importance of brevity, personalization, and alignment with the company’s goals. Here’s a quick summary of the key points:

  • Brevity is Key: Keep it short to maintain the reader's interest.
  • Personalization Matters: Address the hiring manager by name and tailor your letter to the specific job.
  • Align Your Aspirations: Connect your goals with the company's mission.
  • Start with a Bang: Begin your cover letter with an engaging opening.
  • Future-Focused: Discuss how you can contribute to the company moving forward.

This guidance has reshaped how I view cover letters, turning them from daunting tasks into opportunities to showcase my passion and fit for a role. Check out the full insights for a deep dive: https://inbullseye.com/learn/cover-letter/how-to-write-a-cover-letter-that-stands-out/ #coverletter #jobsearch #interview #resume #AI #application #advice

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

Cover Letter Tip

Show Your Motivation and Also Show You are Fit for the Position

In addition to highlighting your skills and qualifications, it’s important to showcase your motivation and fit with the company and the job.

Employers are not only looking for candidates who have the right skills, but also those who are genuinely interested in the company and the position. Explain why you are interested in the company, its values, and how you can contribute to its success.

Share your passion and enthusiasm for the job and explain how your goals align with the company’s goals. This will demonstrate that you are not just looking for any job, but that you are genuinely interested in this particular opportunity. #AWU #disability #coverletter

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

Cover Letter Tip

Show Your Motivation and Also Show You are Fit for the Position

In addition to highlighting your skills and qualifications, it’s important to showcase your motivation and fit with the company and the job.

Employers are not only looking for candidates who have the right skills, but also those who are genuinely interested in the company and the position. Explain why you are interested in the company, its values, and how you can contribute to its success.

Share your passion and enthusiasm for the job and explain how your goals align with the company’s goals. This will demonstrate that you are not just looking for any job, but that you are genuinely interested in this particular opportunity. #AWU #disability #coverletter

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Keren Boiman
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3 months ago

How should you write a cover letter in 2024? Does anybody even read them?

One of the key aspects of a cover letter is personalization. When recruiters or hiring managers feel like they read a generalized cover letter, they don't take notice of it because it is not genuine. So how to do this right? Here a re a few easy steps to convert a generalized cover letter to personalized: https://inbullseye.com/learn/cover-letter/how-to-write-a-cover-letter-that-stands-out-a-2023-perspective/ #jobsearch #resume #interview #application #coverletter

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

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Highlight Your Skills and Qualifications!

This is very important. The body of your cover letter should focus on highlighting your skills, qualifications, and experiences that make you a strong fit for the job.

Use specific examples to illustrate your achievements and provide evidence of your capabilities.

Refer to the job description and requirements and explain how your skills and qualifications match with them.

It’s important to be concise and organized in this section and avoid repeating information that is already included in your resume. Instead, focus on providing additional context and elaborating on your accomplishments. #AWU #disability #coverletter

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

Cover Letter Tip

Highlight Your Skills and Qualifications!

This is very important. The body of your cover letter should focus on highlighting your skills, qualifications, and experiences that make you a strong fit for the job.

Use specific examples to illustrate your achievements and provide evidence of your capabilities.

Refer to the job description and requirements and explain how your skills and qualifications match with them.

It’s important to be concise and organized in this section and avoid repeating information that is already included in your resume. Instead, focus on providing additional context and elaborating on your accomplishments. #AWU #disability #coverletter

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

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The opening paragraph of your cover letter is crucial as it sets the tone for the rest of your letter.It should be engaging, attention-grabbing, and clearly state the purpose of your letter.

Start by naming the Job Title and any numer associated with it and expressing your interest in the position and briefly explaining how you learned about the job opening.

Do you have any personal connections with the company or have you have previously interacted with the employer, mention it in this paragraph to establish a connection.

Avoid generic statements and cliches and focus on making a strong first impression. #AWU #disability #coverletter

Are you a person with a disability? Come and join Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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3 months ago

Cover Letter Tip

The opening paragraph of your cover letter is crucial as it sets the tone for the rest of your letter.It should be engaging, attention-grabbing, and clearly state the purpose of your letter.

Start by naming the Job Title and any numer associated with it and expressing your interest in the position and briefly explaining how you learned about the job opening.

Do you have any personal connections with the company or have you have previously interacted with the employer, mention it in this paragraph to establish a connection.

Avoid generic statements and cliches and focus on making a strong first impression. #AWU #disability #coverletter

Are you a person with a disability? Come and join Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

Cover Letter Tip

The opening paragraph of your cover letter is crucial as it sets the tone for the rest of your letter.It should be engaging, attention-grabbing, and clearly state the purpose of your letter.

Start by naming the Job Title and any numer associated with it and expressing your interest in the position and briefly explaining how you learned about the job opening.

Do you have any personal connections with the company or have you have previously interacted with the employer, mention it in this paragraph to establish a connection.

Avoid generic statements and cliches and focus on making a strong first impression. #AWU #disability #coverletter

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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

When you are sending a Cover Letter or an email to a potential employer using generic salutations like “To Whom It May Concern” or “Dear Hiring Manager” can come across as impersonal and lackluster.

Taking the time to address the recipient by name shows that you have put effort into your application and can help create a personal connection, in any case, you are not able to find the name of the hiring manager, proceed to use “Dear hiring manager” #AWU #disability #coverletter

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