Format of a good cover letter

MIKE'S TIP: Not familiar with "tailoring?" That's okay... it's quite simple. Think of it like “ customizing “. We now know that your company has a specific type of person in mind for the role that they are interviewing for. They have a specific set of knowledge, skills and abilities   that this person MUST HAVE in order to get the job. So what do you need to do? You need to customize, or “tailor” your entire interview (including your cover letter!) to the needs of the company.
Blanketing the job market with a one-cover letter-fits-all approach not only makes you look lazy, but it shows an employer that you’re comfortable doing the bare minimum rather than going the extra step to make sure your cover letter is tailored to the job you’re specifically seeking.

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Format of a good cover letter

format of a good cover letter

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