Cover letters are much more than an enhancement for your resume. Their sole
purpose is to call attention to your relevant experiences that set you apart from other candidates.
The words chosen must succinctly demonstrate a sense of how you think, your qualifications and your enthusiasm
to be a team player for that company or business. Your cover letter should give
the reader a compelling reason to invite you for an interview.
Unlike a resume, a cover letter is a narrative. The words used must reflect your
attitude, personality, motivation, enthusiasm and communcation skills. Highly descriptive and persuasive
writing is crucial to ensure that the employer wants to read your resume.
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Perfection matters. Having grammatical errors and spelling errors reach the eyes
of a potential employer can shatter your opportunity to score an interview.
In today's competitive environment, a well-crafted cover letter is imperative to
ensure that you're resume is in front of the rest for the applied position.
"It is perfectly okay to write garbage — as long as you edit brilliantly."
C. J. Cherryh
Pedagogical: of, relating to, or befitting a teacher or education.
something that will make everything about a situation better.
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