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Letters by Contract Types

Whether you’re looking for a career as a junior or senior position in the company, a cover letter is something still very important. Your resume might have all the points to make you a great candidate, the cover letter is there to make those points come alive. Even when your resume gets through the initial screening process, the recruiter will most likely turn to your cover letter to have a better understanding of where your skills and experiences are.

 Your cover letter should be crafter to the specific job opening, do some research and take note of the company’s key points and wanted qualities – use this in your advantage and center your cover letter on these points. As a junior, you might want to include experiences during internships or during your time at school. For senior positions, pick job responsibilities that make you a great choice for your current job hunt goal.

Make it more personal by including stories that highlight the relevant skills and experiences you mentioned. Your cover letter should be more engaging rather than just informative, this is your chance to make a conversation between you and your recruiter before you even get to the interview.