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Author Topic: Writing a Cover Letter and Resume Isn't a Mystery  (Read 1901 times)
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« on: May 28, 2009, 07:39:32 AM »

Writing a cover letter and resume shouldn't be a monumental task for you however you do have to be adaptive in how you tailor it for each position you apply for.

What does this mean?  If you're an accountant and have worked in accounting in an insurance company but are applying for a job in a manufacturing setting - focus on the common areas between the two occupations.  If the manufacturer is looking for someone familiar with month end close, make sure that is the first thing you mention in the experience section on your resume and refer to it in your cover letter.

Simple tips like these and more professional job search guidance is available here.
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