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5 Filler cover letter lines that are just taking up valuable space

The Muse
Author: Jenny Foss

A brilliantly written, on-point, and memorable cover letter can (and very well may) help you clinch the interview. How do you make sure you’re crafting something remarkable? For starters, you can kill these cover letter lines.

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Anatomy of a successful cover letter

A cover letter is an essential part of the job application process. It’s your chance to connect the information in your resume to the job you’re applying for in amore personal way, and showcase your written communication skills in the process. Think of a cover letter as everything you would want to say in an interview—condensed into a quick, one-page read.
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Cover letters are hard to write—but this template makes it a breeze

The Muse
Author: Aja Frost

There’s no point in taking all that time to tailor your resume to each application if you’re going to use a fill-in-the-blank cover letter. Wondering how to customize your own cover letter? Check out how to do it below.

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6 Secrets to writing a winning cover letter

You only have a few seconds to capture a hiring manager's attention. Boost your chances of getting your application moved to the "yes" pile with six key tips. 

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How to write a cover letter that will get you hired

Careeralism.com Can you write a cover letter that will actually land you the job? I’m sure there are unique cases where someone has written a cover letter that has played a major role in their candidacy, but to say that universally, a cover letter could get you hired is a pretty far stretch.
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Cover letters

You only have a few seconds to capture a hiring manager's attention. A well-written, convincing cover letter that articulately addresses the needs and qualifications of a job posting will increase your chances of moving into the “yes” pile.

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