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 April 25, 2018


To Whom It May Concern,

I am pleased to submit my application for the __________ opening at your company. I have used this letter to briefly summarize why my application is worth attention.

I am excited by the opportunity to work at your company because.

As an applicant with skills in __________, I have confidence that I am a strong candidate for the role of __________. For example, .

Thank you for taking the time to consider my application to join the team at your company. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at.

Sincerely,


Cover Letter

What is a Cover Letter?

A Cover Letter, also known as an application letter, is a document that you write to complement your resume, application, or CV when you apply for a job.

A Cover Letter serves as an introduction, so your potential employer can learn more about your professional accomplishments and goals.

Some companies specifically request that applicants provide a Cover Letter with their application.

What Should I Include in a Cover Letter?

Best practice for beginning your Cover Letter is to address the person your resume or application (along with your Cover Letter) will be sent to. LawDepot's Cover Letter allows you to begin by addressing an individual. If you are unsure who your information will be sent to, you can simply use a generic greeting, such as To Whom It May Concern.

Our questionnaire will take you through the following elements to include in the body of your cover letter:

  • What job or position you are applying for, as well as your name
  • Information about any professional skills or abilities that are appropriate for the job
  • Your contact information
  • The date your cover letter will be signed and sent out

In addition to this information, be sure to include any other relevant information about yourself that would be applicable to the job you are applying for.

For example, someone applying for a sales position might point out that they won an award at their last job for being a top seller for the last business quarter. Or, a writer applying for a technology-based writing job might refer to their published works that are related to that position.

The goal is to include relevant content in your Cover Letter that will help you stand out compared to other applicants.

Why Should I Write a Cover Letter for a Job?

Including a Cover Letter when you are applying for a job gives the employer a quick overview of you as a professional, and gives them more information regarding your motivation for responding to their job posting.

A well-written Cover Letter can also help you stand out from other applicants by giving you the chance to showcase any unique professional skills or accomplishments you may have.

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  • Resume Builder: a tool that allows you to create a custom formatted resume using your professional experience, skills, and interests
  • Letter of Recommendation: a written assessment of an individual's capabilities for professional or educational purposes
  • Resignation Letter: a formal notice from an employee to their employer that states they are leaving the company
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