As someone who has screened many thousands of resumes, I thought you might enjoy a post with examples of serious cover letter mistakes that job candidates make all the time. For most of you, I don't really think your cover letters are filled with this many errors, but maybe you'll spot something that helps anyway. And for those of you fresh out of college or new to job hunting for whatever reason, the little things really do count, including typos, grammatical errors, the way the letter looks, and even things like the font type and size you use. Your goal is to make your cover letter as easy as possible for the employer to read and quickly see why you'd be so potentially special to them. I read your ad for the assistant position and would like to apply. As my resume shows you, I have a lot of great experience that you can use.
So, you want to create winning cover letters on Upwork? Read this
While your resume is meant to summarize why you are qualified for a role, the cover letter is what shows the employer why they should want you at their company. This is where an applicant can showcase their personality beyond a bulleted list of previous job titles. Strong cover letters portray a mix of your character, enthusiasm for the role, and unique background that qualifies you for this job above all others.
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