5 Tips for Writing a Brand
New Cover Letter
Be friendly. Start you
letter with a warm greeting.
Example: Thank you for listing your
the position of accounts manager now
open at your company.
Be focused. Stick to the point of your cover letter.
Example: My experience as an
accounts manager has motivated
me to move to a new level of leadership.
I feel ready to assume the full
responsibilities of accounts manager.
Be forthright. State your goal.
Example: May we meet
in person to talk over this
job? I'd be interested to hear what you're
looking for in the person you hire and to
share in details why I believe I'm qualified
for this position.
Be far-sighted. See what's ahead.
I plan to invest myself in the company
for the long run and to do my best to
promote its mission and vision.
Be firm. Say what you mean.
Example: I've played sports all my life and know
the value of performing and leading with
integrity, enthusiasm, and commitment
to reach the team's objective.
That's what Jimmy Sweeney, the President of CareerJimmy
and Author of the new, "Amazing Cover Letter Creator"
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