A cover letter is a part of your job application that gives you a chance to explain your skills and interests. The detail that you were not given enough space to explain in your resume can be given in the cover letter. This post will explain how you can unravel the full potential of a cover letter and how it can personify you in front of your potential employer. The article will cover the why, what and what not of a how to write a cover letter in detail. A free sample cover letter has been given at the end to give you an easy start before we wish you the best of luck for your job hunt.
Writing a resume can be tricky because it’s a paper that will speak for you and represent you, in the hope of landing a job. Not only does your resume have to be fully representative of your capabilities but it also needs to stand out for you in the competitive market. No matter how qualified you are or how vast your experience is, if your resume does not portray it, it’s hard to say how long it will take you to continue the job hunting. In an earlier post,we discussed how to a write a resume so it is a call to impress the employers, and gets you a ring back for a job interview. Today we shall discuss what exactly should be written in a resume and how it should be drafted. While there is no such thing as a ‘perfect resume’, here’s how you can make your resume more likely to land you an interview call.
The resume is the document in which you have to synthesize your work experience and quality in a schematic way. It is essential to better organize the space and content. Your resume should be simple, concise and easy to read.
Knowing how to write a resume is a very important part in any process of looking for a job. It is the first filter used by human resource managers, then, how much better it is prepared and presented, the greater your chances of being successful in an interview.