If you align considering your application with the biggest favor ever, you’ll make the other person think it’s because you’re desperate.
To try it out for yourself, pick a jumping off point.
It could be something about you or an aspect of the job description that you’re really drawn to.
Telling the reader what you’ve accomplished and how it directly translates to meeting the company’s needs is always a better use of space than gushing.
time.) When a hiring manager sees that, she won’t think, “How thoughtful of the applicant to remind me what I’m reading!
Within an hour, I had an interview request waiting in my inbox—and then another, and another.
Soon, my response rate skyrocketed from 0 to 55%, and I was scheduling interviews with into my calendar.
You want to make clear what distinguishes you, so the hiring manager can see why you’re worth following up with to learn more. If you write a laundry list, it’ll blend into every other submission formatted the same way.
So, just like you went with a unique opener, do the same with your examples.
You want your cover letter to stand out for all the right reasons.
So, before you click submit, take a few minutes to make sure you’re putting your best (and most memorable) foot forward.