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Resume writing is critical in controlling the image you present to employers. The stronger the skill and experience descriptions are in your resume--the higher the number of interviews and salary offers you will receive.

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Cover Letter

A Resume cover letter is a one-page document that is designed to introduce and explain submitted material such as a job application. Drafting a cover letter is challenging work, as it must cleanly and elegantly sell the accompanying material along with its author. Some people seek professional help when assembling a cover letter...

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Resume distribution helps to recruiters and employers may well improve your chances of getting a new position. In this day and age, employment agencies and recruiters are the quickest and most comfortable means for finding a job and improve your chances of getting a new position.

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  • Cover Letter Tips

    Your cover letters enjoys of the same value that your resume. While the resume is a fact sheet, the cover letter is your sales pitches to a particular company. In fact, your cover letters allow you to orient your background to prospective employers' needs since you'll be writing an individual cover letter for each job application you send out.

    Tips for writing a cover letter:

    Make it personal

    Why does it matter? Because addressing your cover letter to a named individual will produce a quicker connection with the reader than a generic salutation. Besides, if you can illustrate your knowledge of the company or its products, your cover letter will incite the reader's interest and stand head and shoulders above the rest.

    Decide what makes you unique

    It is convenient to differentiate among what you have to provide your employer and what your competitors can provide. Doing a list will help you calculate your personal point of difference, which will help not only in terms of knowing your own value, but will give your cover letter that competitive edge.

    Think about specifics

    A regular recruitment complaint from employers is jobseekers not addressing selection criteria - so it pays to get it right. Make a list of the selection criteria then use bullet points and the SAO (Situation - Action - Outcome) technique to present where and when you gained similar experience (Situation), what you did and how you did it (Action), and what the result of your actions were (Outcome.)

    Flaunt your achievements

    Every potential employer expects to hear about your achievements, but presenting the ones that best represent your relevant experience or transferable skills is critical. How to choose? Make a list of key achievements and only use the ones that relate best to the selection criteria and prove your abilities.

    Think about the layout

    Next to the content of your cover letter, its layout is probably the most important decision you'll make. There are a lot of things to consider, and it pays to use bullet-points for ease of reading, but one of the most important layout considerations is that your cover letter spans no more than one page in total.

    Don't be afraid to follow things up

    So you presented your job application on time, the application closing date passed a week ago, and you yet haven't heard a response? Don't be timid to reiterate your complete interest in the job with a follow-up phone call to your potential employer. Asking if your cover letter or resume was received and gently re-stating your suitability for the job can augment your chances of being interviewed.