Resume. Thursday , April 19th , 2018 - 06:46:47 AM
A quick search on the internet will display tons of cover letters for resumes examples. But you should not just blindly select one of these examples. You want to use an example as a guide so you can start writing your own covering letter (also known as a motivation letter). You may take the paragraphs of the motivational letter and study the topic sentences so that you can have an idea of how to begin.
First off, be sure to eliminate all wording in your resume that you don't need, try to stay away from using too many slang and fluffy words that only tend to fill in the gaps and steer around the point. You want to make a strong statement that you mean business and you really want this job. Stick to action verbs that will announce and speak for you on your behalf. You need to set it up so that the resume is going in place of you and taking your spot in that chair, basically make your resume talk for you.
Always stick to a generalized type face such as Arial or Times New Roman. Keep your font size to 10 or 12. You can use 10 for the body of the resume and the introduction, and if you please use a slightly larger size for the header which will include your name, address, phone number, email address and any other contact information. This will provide an easy view if the employer needs to look at the resume at a glance. Always make sure you proofread and even have a trusted secretary thoroughly look over your completed resume. As much as you think things have turned out perfect, someone else can always locate a simple mistake, and lets face it, we all make them.
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