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Cover Letter

Learn to "let your cover letter do the talking" and employers will listen!

Cover letters are business letters that should inform, entice and captivate prospective employers. Too many job seekers follow outdated and conventional rules about cover letter writing. As a result, they write generic, hard-to-read, and ineffective letters. The goal is to create an easy-to-read letter that stands out from the sea of generic-sounding correspondence and makes the reader want to learn more about you. Give them a reason to read the attached resume!

Cover Letter (Sample)

 
 
Mr. Bill Hilton
Hiring Manager
The Maverick Nightclub
322 March Boulevard
Any Town, IN USA 99999

Dear Mr. Hilton

I've had five years of experience as a bouncer at the 812 Club and at Sal's Drink Hole in Wisconsin.  I am applying for this position for your facility listed on TheJobBank.com.

Do you have time to meet this week for a short time?  You can reach me at 765-432-1098 any evening after 5:30 p.m. or on weekends.  I'll gladly come to your office when it is convenient for you so we can talk about what you expect from the bouncers you hire.  I have an excellent employee record and promise to do my best if you select me for the job.

Sincerely,

James Knight

Enc: resume and cover letter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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