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Letters by Job Type: Manager

Your cover letter can be an effective way to help the recruiter identify your talents and experiences as a candidate even better. A well-written management cover letter can help you stand out among your peers. That cover letter of yours should exude enthusiasm, motivation, and drive. The hiring manager should, at a glance, show how well-suited you are as an employee.

But don’t just summarize your cover letter. Your cover letters should add something new to help you stand out as a candidate, not just rehash your resume. You can present your work habits, personal traits, and your own motivations for the job.

A management job requires attention to detail. Show your recruiter how detailed you are with your work when creating each cover letter specifically to each different job you’re applying for. While it’s good to have a cover letter with basic content that can apply generally, you don’t want the recruiter or hiring manager to think they are reading a generic form latter. Tailor each letter to the specific job so that you really stand out as a good candidate.