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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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How Should you Brand Yourself on Your Resume?

Before you can really polish up your resume, you need to know who you are and where you’re headed. Taking a generic approach not only leaves you with little direction, it can also confuse employers about what you have to offer. They can look at your resume and see diverse skills and experiences but wonder […]

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5 Tips to Make your Cover Letter Stand Out

Your cover letter is your first, albeit brief, introduction to a hiring manager. It is your opportunity to pique their interest and entice them to want to see what your resume holds. Because there is more flexibility with a cover letter, you can infuse some additional personality while still keeping it professional. Your cover letter […]

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Are you Guilty of these Common Cover Letter Mistakes?

When well crafted, your cover letter can be an effective complement to your resume and provide a strong introduction to employers about why you are a great fit for the position. It offers insight into what you can do for the company and entices the hiring manager to want to keep reading to see what […]

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Tips for Tailoring your Cover Letter to make a Stronger Impression

There is much debate over the value of the cover letter. Some employers require one while others make it optional. A cover letter can provide a strong introduction to who you are and what you have to offer. It can entice the hiring manager to want to find out more. One of the worst things […]

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Why Hiring Managers Aren’t Reading your Cover Letter

A cover letter can be a perfect complement to your resume and give your application that extra boost it needs. Some employers actually require one as part of the process. But oftentimes job seekers waste this opportunity to grab a hiring manager’s attention. Their cover letter leaves much to be desired and the hiring manager […]

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Could a “Pain Letter” Boost your Chances of Landing your Next Job?

Hiring managers get dozens or even hundreds of applications for job openings. They spend a short time scanning through applicants to pull out those that have an initial fit and move on from there. That leaves many people off the radar from early on. Job seekers diligently tweak and refresh their resume and cover letter […]

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How a Cover Letter can Support your Job Search Efforts

Many job seekers wonder whether they should send a cover letter with each resume if it’s not required. Are employers or recruiters taking the time to read them? While some may skim over the cover letter, others do take the time to read them. There is no harm in including one unless the employer specifically […]

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