Da Vinci’s invention is durable because it is so practical.
A cover letter is your chance to share with the employer how you feel aligned with their company, mission, product, service, etc.
According to my recruiter friends, here are just a few examples of things job seekers commonly put in cover letters that they don't like:1) As you'll see, I'm a motivated, high achiever with 15 years of experience in...
Many of my clients have told me the first thing a recruiter has said to them during a phone interview is, "Wow, your cover letter really was outstanding.
It was so refreshing to read one like that." And that's exactly what you want, right?
Here are a few simple tips to help get your cover letter noticed.
Leonardo da Vinci created some of the most resonant objects of our time -- the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the giant crossbow -- but perhaps his most inescapable legacy, the invention you might come across every few weeks, is the résumé.
Anna Runyan Anna is the founder of Classy Career Girl, named by Forbes as one of the top 35 most influential career sites of 2014.
When it comes to writing a winning cover letter it is often the little things that make a big difference.
You have to share how you feel part of their corporate tribe.
Experience - Tell a story about a personal or professional experience that taught you how important the work is they are doing.