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An effective cover letter is concise, grammatically correct and more personal than a resume. It focuses primarily on the needs of the hiring company, and connects those requirements with relevant skills and talents of th... More »

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To write an effective cover letter, you must explain who you are, why you want the position and why you are the best choice for the position. The tone of the cover letter must be formal, yet the letter cannot be generic. More »

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Individuals find help writing cover letters by hiring a resume writer or career firm. Additionally, there is a lot of help to be found online at sites that discuss employment, such as Monster and Forbes, with cover lette... More »

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