What should you include in a cover letter?

A cover letter is an essential aspect of the job application process and can be the difference between your resume being discarded and obtaining an interview.

When writing a cover letter, specific information needs to be included, such as; a contact section, a salutation, an introduction to the hiring manager, information on why you are qualified for the job, a closing, and your signature.

The aim of your cover letter is to make a case for being selected for an interview. Be sure to include information in your cover letter about how you possess the skills and requirements that the employer is seeking. If there is a position that you are interested in applying for, you should tailor your cover letter for that role. In doing so, tie your experience to the role requirements.

Don't merely repeat what's in your resume. Your resume lists your skills, but your cover letter should highlight how you have put those skills to use.

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