Aug 19, 2018 - 11:09 PM
The only situation where you should not include a cover letter is if the job description specifically asks for you not to include one. If it says nothing on the matter, assume that a cover letter is either expected or optional. In either of those cases, including a cover letter helps your chances. Remember that this document serves to catch hiring manager's attention and encourage them to read your resume as well.
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