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A cover letter is a document that accompanies your resume and is sent to a potential employer to introduce yourself and explain why you are a suitable candidate for the job. Here are some tips on how to write a cover letter:

  1. Address the letter to a specific person: If possible, try to find the name and title of the person who will be reading your letter. If you cannot find a name, address the letter to “Hiring Manager” or “Human Resources.”
  2. Use a professional tone and format: Keep the tone of your letter professional and use a standard business letter format.
  3. Tailor your letter to the job: Show that you have done your research on the company and the job by tailoring your letter to the specific position and company.
  4. Highlight your relevant skills and experience: Use specific examples from your resume to highlight how your skills and experience make you a good fit for the job.
  5. Show enthusiasm for the company and the job: Express your excitement about the opportunity to work for the company and how you can contribute to their success.
  6. Keep it concise: Keep your letter to one page, and make sure it is easy to read and well-organized.
  7. Close with a call to action: Include a call to action, such as asking for an interview or requesting a follow-up call.
  8. Proofread: Before sending your letter make sure to proofread and check for any grammatical or spelling errors.

In addition, consider including a brief summary of your resume and your motivation for the job in question. Your cover letter should be a reflection of your qualifications and a preview of your resume, but it should also be an opportunity to show your personality and enthusiasm.

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