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Cover Letter Sample

Cover Letter Sample

The succinctness of this application letter makes it a great one. However, the writer did not inform the hiring manager where and how he got information about the position. In addition, it is important to note that an application letter or a cover letter is a professional write-up and therefore should be kept strictly professional. You must ensure that your choice of words and even word renderings are all professional and although the applicant is trying to show the employer how skilful and experienced he is, the excessive use of the word “I” is not really welcome. …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 10, 2015

The writer of this cover letter was able to present his application in a clear, informative, concise and bulleted format. Also, the grammatical constructions of the writer can be said to be perfect and this is a major edge this cover letter will have over many others. The skills and experiences of the job seeker were well elaborated in this application letter and hence it will be very easy for the employer to know what makes this applicant better than others with just a glance. This is an edge as the employer would not have to spend a lot of time reading the letter.

However, the applicant failed to show, rather than tell, the employer his skills and experiences. He was able to inform the employer how skilful he is but he did not show how skilful and experienced he is. By showing the potential employer your skills, it implies giving him examples of real projects you have been able to complete in the past due to your exceptional skills and experiences. Employers would want to replicate the same result in their company and hence you will be the right choice. In general, the cover letter is a good one.  …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 8, 2015

Cover Letter Samples – The cover letter here is brief and succinct and was able to state in concise form the applicant’s strength that made him well fitting for the job. In addition, the applicant was able to state in bullet format his “core strengths” or skills that made him to be a better candidate for the job or position than others. The format in which the application is written coupled with the simplicity of the job application makes it quite catchy and can easily gain the attention of a hiring manager and therefore placing the applicant in a good position to win the interview.

However, the applicant should not just tell the employer his skills and experiences but he should be able to show the experiences. For instance, he can give examples of a project he was able to complete for his former employer and the amazing result has achieved. This is important because employers are not just looking for talented folks but employees who will deliver the results they expect. With the number of job seekers increasing as day goes by, it makes sense to tailor your job application letter appropriately to make sure that you will make it to the interview. …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 7, 2015

The resignation letter of a school teacher is a bit different from that of a professional. A school teacher is the embodiment of etiquette and manner which must be reflected in his resignation letter. After the initial details about the addressee, the addressed, and the date of the letter, a resignation letter of a school teacher contains the information about his resignation as usual. However, the tone and expression should be apologetic, if it can be so termed. The reason for his resignation may be his other educational commitments, a better career prospects, study abroad, or the likes. He may explain the reason in detail the reason of his quitting the present job, and he should in a way justify his decision of resigning. The writer profusely praises his colleagues, the superiors, and students for the opportunity and cooperation in the school. He should be overtly thankful to all in the institution. He should further express his desire to maintain cordial relations with the present employer, colleagues, and the institution even after his resignation. The resignation letter of a school teacher is lucid in style and broad in content, but it does not contain any extraneous matter. However, it contains all necessary details.  …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 7, 2015

Motivation letters, also called letters of motivation and motivational letters, are letters of introduction annexed to other documents like a resume or curriculum vitae. A motivation letter is meant to persuade an HR or an authority that one is the most suited candidate for the vacant position. It differs from a cover letter which is utilized to apply for a job by interpreting one’s resume in nutshell. A motivation letter, on the other hand, is written while applying for a non-profit organization, a university, a programme, or the likes for a position. It, however, also tries to show that one is the most suited for the position one is applying for. …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 6, 2015

Resignation Letter Samples – A short and crisp resignation letter is like saying a great deal in fewer words. After the usual identity of the writer, the date, and the details of the person addressed, the person resigning informs about his resignation plan in a straight forward manner. He may not explain the reason behind his decision, and casually mention it like “due to personal reasons”, “domestic compulsions” or the likes. He does not thank his employer, his colleagues, or his team in the company for the opportunity and cooperation during his stint in the company. However, he does not erxpress any displeasure, and remains silent on this topic. He does not offer his cooperation to his successor for smooth transition, but he does not outright refuse doing so, too. Thus, through this kind of a resignation letter, the writer conveys his decision in an emphatic way without explaining everything in detail. However, he must explain out his financial claim, if any, to protect his financial interests, and he must also suggest a way the company can meet his demand.  the letter, nevertheless, should contain the writer’s signature below the customery salutation. The resognation letter contain fewer words, it contains all essential details sans unnecessary details.  …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 5, 2015

A letter of resignation must contain an information about one’s intention of resigning and the reason/s there for. It must contain customary salutation, the name and designation of the person resigning, and it must be addressed to a suitable authority of the company. A resignation letter helps one maintain some positive relationship with the existing employer, and at the same time, paves the way to move on. One might need the reference of this employer in future, and hence, a resignation letter must be written in a polished and professional manner. A resignation also serves as an official notice to the employer about one’s decision of quitting the job, and hence, is mandatory while deciding to switch job. One should honestly delineate the reason (s) behind the decision. The reason could be anything from getting better opportunities for gaining experience to career advancement, any difference of opinion or approach with the present employer, or the likes. However, better monetary gains should not be mentioned as the reason for the resignation. One resigning must thank the present employer for the opportunities provided to him to gain experience in various fields of his operations in the company. …Continue reading →

by MariaM on April 5, 2015