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7 Tips for Writing a Winning Cover Letter

Feb. 27, 2014 Money Talk News

Don’t let a cover letter stand between you and your next job.

If you’ve ever written a cover letter, you’re likely familiar with the pressure of trying to present yourself as the most professional, knowledgeable, qualified candidate in what will surely be a sea of competition.

Cover letters challenge our skill in not only composition, but in self-reflection, and writing a good one can seem like a maddening task. But by following a few fundamental rules and focusing on just a handful of key elements, you can make your letter (and by association, yourself) shine.

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