Get Some Inspiration from Our Cover Letter Examples
This page provides some great cover letter examples, which may help you to write your own cover letter, or help you to consider using our professional cover letter writing services.
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Your cover letter is like a professional sales proposal to market your skills, knowledge and experience in the best possible light. Your prospective employers want the cover letter to be tailored to the job advertisement they have open.
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- What is a Cover Letter
- How to Write a Cover Letter
- Cover Letter Layout
- How to Start a Cover Letter
- How to End a Cover Letter
- Cover Letter Tips
- Cover Letter template
- 10 Steps to Writing a Cover Letter
- General Cover Letters
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Best Cover Letter Templates
Your cover letter is like a professional sales proposal to market your skills, knowledge and experience in the best possible light. Your prospective employers want and demand for the cover letter to be tailored to the job advertisement they have open.
Timely Tip – If you’re scouting around the web picking up ideas on how to write your cover letter, we’d strongly recommend that you dramatically change anything you copy from the Melbourne Resumes website, as there’s a good chance that other candidates have copied from exactly the same cover letter samples and resume templates.
You don’t want to come across as looking like every other candidate……so write in your own style or contact Melbourne Resumes on 1300 979 890 for quote. Our cover letter writing services start from just $150 for a high quality professional cover letter.
Employers see it as a dead give away if you have just used a generic cover letter to send your resume in. It screams that you aren’t that interested, but you thought you better send in a job application, just in case.
Many candidates overlook the importance of the cover letter, and just send out one generic cover letter to every job they apply for. This is a big mistake that may be costing them dearly. Don’t be like the herd of people that are generally lazy!
You cover letter needs to be presented in the same format that your resume or CV is formatted. We suggest you use open block format and use a professional and narrative writing style.
Your opening statement should grab the attention of the reader immediately within the first sentence. It should speak to the reader and tell them exactly why you are the ideal person for the job.
It should address each of the criteria listed in the job advert or in the job description, so the recruiter and/or hiring manager can clearly see that you have taken the effort to articulate exactly why you are definitely worth an interview.
Finally, a great cover letter will ensure that your resume is not only read but read in the best possible context, draw attention to the most relevant parts of your resume and make it clear why you should be interviewed!
Take the time to tailor your cover letter, or have a professional cover letter written for you.
If the job is worth applying for, then it’s worth writing a letter to tell them why you believe you are the best candidate for the job.