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Letters by Sector: Insurance

One of the most primary ingredients of a good insurance cover letter is believability. Your cover letter should inspire your recruiting manager to call you for an interview. So if you’re interested in the insurance sector be sure that your credibility shines through your cover letter. Include examples of your experience in the field, relevant accomplishments, sales statistics, and your ability to drive excellent client service. 

Be specific and show initiative. Best way to write a cover letter is to address the company outright. Your letter should be sure to direct to a specific person. If you a hiring manager or contact person isn’t specifically addressed, try to do some research and get the person’s name and title. This will not only show the employer your initial interest in the position, but also your seriousness as a candidate.

The point of your cover letter is to pursue your employer that you are the best insurance candidate for the job. Be clear and straightforward with your qualifications and you are to clench that job interview.