Make sure not to make the Cover Letter Mistakes that are outlined in this article written by Luke Roney at Social-Hire.com. Avoid cover letters that include irrelevant information, is self-serving, or has grammatical or spelling errors. If a job requires you to include a Cover Letter, it is because they want to see a cover letter. Not having a cover letter is like giving 50% of the information to someone with the hope that they’ll assume the rest. You never want other people in charge of connecting the dots of your experience. Market yourself as thoroughly as possible, without leaving a hiring manager guessing.
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