Aug 22, 2018 - 11:11 PM
When writing your cover letter, make sure you know what the purpose of the document is. Many jobseekers mistakenly write the cover letter as if it was a resume. These are two documents with two different purposes. Your cover letter should act as nothing more than a hook. Your goal is to catch the reader's attention to encourage them to review your resume carefully.
Address your cover letter to the hiring manager and introduce yourself briefly. Then, write a couple paragraphs that go into detail about why you would be a great addition to the company. It is best to focus on your skills and experiences, rather than your career objectives or personal goals. Remember, it is how you can benefit them, not how they can benefit you.