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How to write a cover letter that will actually get read 1. Do not address someone directly If you are unaware to whom you should be addressing your cover letter to, the best thing to do is to not address it to anyone and jump straight in to it. 2. Keep it short Half a page at most, less is always more so get straight in to the important stuff. 3. Do not repeat your resume A cover letter is not a summary of your resume, so please do not just re-write your resume, use it to show your expertise and interest in the field you are applying for. 4. End strong By explaining how your experience or personal values will help you at the job. This is the most important thing you can write. That’s the closer. Short sweet and to the point don't ramble on and and make them lose interest. 5. Always PDF your documents This is important for two reasons. First being, when sending off resumes and cover letters Docx does not always open on ever office computer though nearly all office computers will open a PDF. Secondly it's is harder for someone to tamper with a PDF, making it safer for you and ensuring all the information is correct.
Top 5 interview tips 1.Getting to the interview This covers two main areas, the first area is making sure you actually get a interview by submitting a resume that assures the person hiring wants to meet you face to face, the second is always making sure you are there for your interview at least 15mins before the scheduled time, it's better to be early than late as this is your first impression. 2.Prepare yourself One of the main reasons people fail to succeed In their interview is their lack of preparation, so find out as much information as you can about the company and the position you are appling for, so you are a step ahead of all other candidates that you are up against. 3.Dress and hold yourself appropriately Your interview is your first impression with your new employer, so you should want to make a positive and lasting impression. Your interview starts as soon as you walk in the building so make sure you have a positive body language and confidence while insuring you are well dressed and groomed. 4.Questions The hardest part is once you are inside the interview room and it's time to answer the questions which determine whether you are successful or not. Make sure you are prepared by having the answers before your interview and tailoring them to the job you are applying for. Here are some of the questions you may come up against. So what makes you suitable for this position? Tell me about yourself? Share with me a time you have had to over come a difference with a co worker? Have you ever been fired? What do you believe to be your biggest weakness and strength? Not only should you be prepared to answer questions, you should also be prepared to ask them. This will give you the opportunity to show the employer you are interested and also answer any questions you have yourself regarding the role. 5.The follow up Don't let the interview be the last time they hear from you. This will ensure that they don't forget who you are and you don't become just another candidate, this can be done a couple of ways, i.e a short quick and polite phone call or an email to follow up on how your application is going, though you need to remember that they are busy and maybe hiring for other positions as well, so make sure not to be harassing as this will be a negative affect on your application. If your application is unsuccessful make sure to find out why and take it as constructive criticism.
Here's a tip for when writing your resume. Words to try and avoid while writing your resume: Go-getter Think outside of the box Synergy Go-to person Value add Results-driven Team player Bottom-line Hard worker Strategic thinker Instead of using vague words like some of those listed above, try including words that explain specifically what you have accomplished at your previous jobs. When possible, use numbers to demonstrate how you added value to your previous employers. For example, instead of simply saying you “added value to company by saving money,” you can say you “ saved the company 10% through efficient marketing strategies.” Recruiters and employers like to see action words in resumes. For example Achieved Improved Trained Managed Created Resolved Volunteered Influenced Increased/Decreased Negotiated Launched Revenue/Profits By focusing on your skills, the results achieved and accomplishments you have made throughout your previous employment that are the most relevant to the job in which you're applying for, increases your chances of progressing to the next stage.
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