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by Evalee R. Career Counseling
A cover letter is a vital one-page document that helps the candidate fix his place for an interview. It supports the candidate to sell himself in the market and give a brief idea of his/her potential.
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How to write a cover letter ?
Writing the cover letter in an effective manner can help in grabbing the attention of the hiring manager and thus boost your chances of being selected for further rounds.Following are the points need to be taken care while writing your cover letter:
1)Salute the concerned person.
2)Be specific in your first paragraph.
3)Summary of skills in the middle paragraph.
4)end your letter in a formal manner.

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