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Cover Letter Writing
A cover letter is an extremely important asset to your career profile and your job application. As many as 80% of employers won’t have a look at a resume if it’s not supplemented by a cover letter. However, it isn’t an easy task to write one. A way out? Sure. As anything else, writing good cover letters is a skill, and any skill might be taken to a professional level. Our experts are here to create a great cover letter for you in accordance to the market requirements. Certified writers will adapt it to a particular job you want to get, provide the HR managers with sufficient amount of information about you and make them willing to call you for an interview.

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We understand how hard it can be to get selected when you don’t have many things to share about yourself - just because you don’t have a lot of experience yet. However, what we also understand is how to make sure you are noticed and invited for an interview. We know all the ins and outs of the HR system and can show how valuable an entry-level employee can be to a potential employer. We will make sure your best qualities stand out and will use specific words an HR manager would want to see in a resume.    

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When your work experience is more than 2 years, you need to upgrade your resume to a professional level. The wisest decision would be to ask a certified resume writer for help. We know how to organize and present your skills and work experience in a way that you will definitely get into the 2% of resumes that get invited for an interview. 

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Sometimes it seems impossible to present your best self and catch the attention of a potential employer if you are applying for a job you have no experience in. However, everything is possible if you know how. A professional resume writer knows how to make your skills and previous work experience look relevant for a desired position. We’ll make sure that you’ll get your interview within days.   

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How to write a successful cover letter

Did you know that writing a cover letter is a crucial step in the job seeking process? Many people don’t attach it to their resume at all or don’t put in enough time to create an effective one. Some might think that it’s unnecessary or even useless because all of their information is already listed in their resume. However, it’s wrong to assume so.
The main idea of the cover letter is to introduce yourself, tell the potential employer about who you are, your interest in the position and why you think you would be a great candidate. It is also different from a plain old resume because you add a human touch to it. It means that it should feel like you are having a friendly conversation with your future employer.
Does this sound challenging? It definitely might, and we understand why. However, don’t get discouraged because you can always ask a professional for help. Resume Genius is at your service and we are eager to assist you with whatever challenges you face. We are also happy to share some tips with you on how to write a successful cover letter that attracts attention and results in an interview invitation.

The Purpose of the Cover Letter

  • Attract Attention
  • Introduce yourself
  • Talk about your relevant skills and accomplishments
  • Explain why you are a good fit for the company
• Keep in mind that you must tailor a cover letter for every position you want to apply for.

A good cover letter should start with a header. You need to include your name, phone number and your email address. It should look similar to what you have on your resume but you may omit your physical address (if included in your resume). You should then include the receivers’ name, their position, the name of the company and its address. It’s not always easy to find the name of the hiring manager; however, don’t give up if you can’t. You can either contact a professional as they have their ways of finding out things like this or just don’t include it. It’s acceptable to start the letter with Dear Hiring Manager/HR Manager, for instance.
One more important thing that needs to be mentioned is that you should keep your cover letter between half a page to two thirds of a page long. Remember that most employers spend less than a minute when reading your resume and a cover letter.
• Keep your cover letter short!

Content of a Cover Letter
A perfectly balanced cover letter should consist of three paragraphs. However, if you are not applying for an entry level position, it’s acceptable to make it longer. The content of the cover letter is extremely important. So if in doubt, do not hesitate to contact professionals.

First Paragraph

• Introduce yourself

In the first paragraph, you should introduce yourself and mention the position you are applying for. It’s good to include where or how you found the opening, the title, or a job ID (if any). You should lead to the next paragraph by stating a brief summary of your qualifications or your interest in the position.

Second Paragraph

• Sell yourself

In the second paragraph, you should list your qualifications and achievements that make you a good candidate for the position. Ensure that you highlight the right experiences and showcase the right skills. Remember that you want to stand out among hundreds or sometimes thousands of other candidates. At Resume Genius we know how to make it happen. It won’t be enough to just list a couple of things you accomplished in your previous position. Make sure to write how you exceeded expectations of your employer and give some measurable examples.

Third Paragraph
• Call for action and gratitude
In the last paragraph, you should emphasize that you consider yourself a good fit for the position, based on your qualifications. Here you should include a call to action, which in this case is an interview invite. In this same paragraph you should thank the readers for taking their time and for considering you for the position.

Let’s look at the result we receive by following the tips given above. This is an example of a solid cover letter that will definitely draw an HR manager’s attention.

As a bonus, we provide some additional tips on how to write a successful cover letter:
  • In your cover letter, include information about yourself that has not been included to your resume.
  • Use appropriate fonts.
  • Avoid overused words and phrases like To whom it may concern/ Please feel free to/ Dynamic/ significant/ etc.
  • Double-check the final document for typos and other mistakes. It’s better to ask someone else to read it for you.
  • If you are going to email your application, resume, and cover letter, check if it can be opened properly and ensure that your computer is virus-free.
We recommend contacting professionals to compose a professional cover letter. Applying for each position in different companies involve different pitfalls. It’s our job to know them and to make sure we act flawlessly.

How to write a perfect cover letter