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Writing Personal Cover Letter

Writing a Personal Cover Letter

personal cover letterPoor cover letters. As much as we despise them, they are a chance to make a case, cover everything we cant express in our resumes – which is a lot – and come across as real people to the recruitment panel or hiring managers. Don’t throw a cover letter together in the hope that nobody will actually read it. To take advantage of its full potential, take advantage of this steps our professional writers have to give to you about writing personal cover letter. If you adhere to all of them, you will end up with a cover letter that will see you through to that interview.

Where to Start with Your Personal Cover Letter

In a personal cover letter, make sure that you include a salutation. There is a variety of salutations your can choose from. Check our “salutations” page to learn more about them. It will depend on how much information you have about the recipient. If you know the name of the hiring manager, your salutation should include his name. Make sure to address the manager formally using his proper title (Mr. Ms. Miss, Dr.). If you do not know the name of the hiring manager, consider addressing your personal cover letter to the like “Dear Hiring Manager”. As a last resort, address the letter “To whom it may concern” though it is not recommended at all. The first paragraph in your personal cover letter is where you will mention the job or course for which you are applying for; how you found out about the job or the course.

Cover Letter Writing – What Should Be Included

Cover letter writing in most cases has a body of one or two paragraphs. You don’t want to overwhelm the hiring manager or use a great deal of his time. When writing the body, try to answer the following questions: Why am I a qualified candidate for this position? What work experience do I have that fits the job or course requirements? Why do I want to work or study in this college specifically? The final paragraph in your cover letter writing should wrap up and discuss how you will proceed with the application. End the cover letter with a respectable closing statement. You can also get our writers creating a personal business letter for you.

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