Aug 08, 2018 - 08:25 AM
Concisely point out your best abilities and the skills that fit the position. Remember that the cover letter is all about how you can help the company. If you're worried about sounding repetitive, break out the thesaurus and change the language you use. Saying that you're "detail-oriented" in one paragraph and "meticulous" in the closing is one example.
Avoid beginning the paragraph with clichés such as "in closing" or "in conclusion." Not only are they stating the obvious, they're not furthering any of the goals of your cover letter. Simply start the paragraph without using those clichés.
At the end, make sure to thank the hiring managers for their time. Include that you are available for and look forward to an interview.