Face facts: Some people will never read your cover letter. The rest of the people may trash your resume if it does not include a cover letter. Others will value the cover letter over all other application materials. Since you can't know for sure which type of employer or recruiter will receive and review your... Read More »
8922 Malloy Drive | Indianapolis, IN 46227 | 317-999-2340 | email@example.com
October 7, 2010
Mr. Fred Smith
115 Jay Street
Indianapolis, IN 46337
Dear Mr. Smith:
"To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with... Read More »
Ryan needed a cover letter that showcased his ability to work on projects of a large scale and scope and consistently complete projects on-time and on-budget. In addition, Ryan is LEED certified, an important distinction in the construction industry. Ryan had a knack for containing costs and doing more with... Read More »
Many people write cover letters that state that they are good communicators, hard working, loyal, dedicated, team players, etc. While these are important traits for a job seeker, when these words are used in cover letters they come across as suspect. So many candidates use the same words to describe their... Read More »
Audrey's cover letter not only speaks to her skills as a graphic designer, but also showcases specific achievements that will resonate with her reader. This cover letter was written as a direct response to a job posting.
Each bullet point in the letter addresses a competency that was listed as a requirement on... Read More »
Harold, a bank relationship manager, needed a cover letter that focused on his outstanding customer service skills, high client retention rate, and impressive revenue growth. We used a quote from a retailer to drive the point home that great customer service has been the key to Harold's success.
Incorporating... Read More »