This article details one of the types of stories job-seekers can tell in a cover letter and provides examples of how to tell that type of story for job-search success.
Future Stories that Address Employer Needs and Challenges and Tell How You Would Address Those Issues.
When I interviewed Ms. Tranter six months ago to obtain information about a career in yoga instruction, she mentioned that the studio would like to establish a Web presence. I’d like to combine my interest in yoga with my knowledge of Web-page design and HTML programming to help you create a Webmaster position in your studio. I’ve even sketched out some preliminary ideas on what your Web page might look like, and I’d love to get together and show them to you.
Because I recently assisted in managing one of the convenience stores in your company’s chain, I am well-acquainted with how to prioritize tasks. I oversaw organization of the employee task list. While corporate headquarters provided the basic structure of the task list, I modified it to meet our store’s needs. Now, I’d like to do that for all the corporate stores. Working in “the problem store,” as you often called it, I am certainly aware of the difficulties, and I have some ideas about how to solve them.
I understand that Hanover Information Systems deals heavily in telemarketing and database outsourcing. Maintaining a database can be very expensive for a company, and outsourcing this task can sometimes be more efficient. I am confident that I can help increase the company’s productivity by creating optimal ways to maintain the databases.
Return to main page of Surefire Cover-Letter Technique: Incorporating Stories
Purchase your copy today! Tell Me About Yourself: Storytelling to Get a Job and Propel Your Career
Quintessential Cover Letter Resources: Go to Cover Letter Resources for Job-Seekers, where you will find a collection of the best cover letter tools and resources for job-seekers, including articles, tutorials, samples, and more.
Maximize your career and job-search knowledge and skills! Take advantage of The Quintessential Careers Content Index, which enables site visitors to locate articles, tutorials, quizzes, and worksheets in 35 career, college, job-search topic areas.