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  • Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out
    name and confirm their title Make sure you get the email address that corresponds to that person Using your connections If you know people who work at a place where you would like to work get a referral Open your cover letter with something on the lines of I am a friend of Jane Smith who works in your IT Department and through listening and talking with Jane I would be very interested in joining your team as a name of role The person reading the message will be more interested in you because of your relationship with Jane Smith Ask your connection to make a recommendation the company will be more likely to take your application seriously Don t waffle Keep your letter brief and to the point Describe your most recent career achievement and how you think it relates to the job you want Include new information about yourself don t copy and paste from your CV Originality counts and you need to create the right impression In some circumstances less is more is absolutely true and that saying applies here Keeping your objective in sight Refer to the job you want tell them why you think you would be a welcome and strong addition to their organisation The reason for good background research on the company pays off as you demonstrate your understanding of how you can help them Ending your Cover Letter Request the employer to call or email you instead of writing that you ll follow up with them You still need to follow up to make sure they have in fact received your cover letter and CV however eagerness usually makes a good impression By following up you are displaying more of your communication skills and your organisational abilities Read over what you ve

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