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Are You Making These Common Cover Letter Mistakes?

Cover letters – recruiters either seem to love them or hate them. But job seekers should learn to love them (and write them well) because it doesn’t appear they’re going out of style just yet. If given the option, it is better to include a cover letter and cover your bases than to skip it […]

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Details You May Not Have Considered for Your Cover Letter

Writing a cover letter can be tough. You don’t want to sound overly enthusiastic, but you also don’t want to sound like a bore. You also want to highlight what makes you a great fit for the company and position without rehashing your entire resume. There’s a fine line to tread. To overcome these obstacles […]

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Reduce Stress in Your Job Search with Customizable Email Messages

One of the main components of an effective job search is communication. Networking and referrals can help you connect with job opportunities and get a foot in the door. Following up on resume submissions and interviews shows you’re still interested and reminds employers of what you have to offer. But what you say and how […]

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Getting to the Point in Your Cover Letter

Hiring managers are divided when it comes to cover letters: some love them and having one is a requirement, while others hate them and skip ahead to the resume. And then there are those who fall in between and may or may not read it depending on the day or the job. You have a […]

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Tips for Tightening Up Your Cover Letter

Though the debate rages on regarding resume length, many people are in agreement that your cover letter should be short and sweet – no more than one page. There are always exceptions, but this is the general rule of thumb. If you’re onto a second page and still have more to add, chances are you’re […]

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Avoiding Scams in Your Job Search

Online job sites make it easier than ever to connect with potential opportunities—but they also make it easier than ever to run afoul of scammers and con artists, posting illegitimate job listings with the intention of accessing your personal information. For jobseekers, vigilance is imperative. This doesn’t mean you should avoid using online job sites, […]

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Crafting an Engaging Cover Letter from a Vague Job Description

Wouldn’t it be great if every job posting contained a thorough description of the position, responsibilities, and qualifications? While some do an excellent job at preparing job seekers, others leave much to be desired. It can be tough to figure out how to customize your cover letter (and your resume) when the company barely provides […]

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Cover Letter Dos and Don’ts to Make a Stronger Impression

Writing a cover letter to accompany each job application should become a habit. While it’s true that not every hiring manager reads them, there are many who do, and a well-crafted cover letter can give you an edge. Before the employer even lays eyes on your resume, you are already setting the stage and positioning […]

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5 Reasons Your Resume Isn’t Leading to Interviews

It can be frustrating when you’re applying for jobs you feel you’re qualified for and not getting much feedback. Is your resume getting lost in the abyss? Is it simply a slow process and the company is still filtering through applicants? While some factors may be out of your control, one thing you can control […]

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Cover Letter Confusion: Who Should You Address it to?

You’ve found a great job opening, polished up your resume, tweaked your cover letter, and you’re ready to go – almost. Still lingering is the empty space where you address your cover letter to someone. But who should it be? Do you go with the generic standby of “To Whom it May Concern” or “Dear […]

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