Hiring managers sometimes have hundreds of cover letters and resumes to sift through for a single job post. Potential employees only have a few seconds to make a good first impression, and a boring cover letter could land them straight in the “no pile.”
Cover letters allow employers to hear your voice, understand your intentions and learn about your personality. Hiring managers want to know why your skills and personality are a right fit for the company and a successful cover letter should do this.
Follow these eight tips from hiring experts if you want to write a cover letter that will score you an interview.