The decision to make a career transition while in a senior role can be a difficult one for executives to make. Job searches are universally tough, but there’s something about being at the top that can make the process even more uncomfortable and with even higher stakes to boot.
Tag: Cover letters
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.
Cover letters: They strike fear in the hearts of millions, and just uttering the phrase is enough to make a grown man cry. Who the heck writes a good cover letter anyway?
A cover letter is your opportunity to tell your story and get the employer’s attention by showing how your skills, qualifications, and motivation corresponding to their job requirements. Your cover letter tailors your application to a particular position, organization and industry, and should always be included with your resume.
Author: Jaclyn Westlake
When making a career change, a well-crafted cover letter helps you convey to a prospective employer why you’re the right person for the job. Read this article for a step-by-step guide to writing a career change cover letter that’ll tell your unique story and help a hiring manager envision how you would benefit their organization + examples!
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.