How to Write A Cover Letter That Goes Nowhere?



How to Write A Cover Letter That Goes Nowhere? :




Make your introduction long winded and don’t include your job objective to cause confusion about what you’re applying for




Don’t proofread your letter or use Spell Check.




This is very useful for those who claim to be “detail oriented”




Ramble on about your experiences without explaining why they are relevant.




Don’t mention details that will let the employer know that you understand what their company does or what the job entails




Write more than one page, forcing employers to hunt for your qualifications




Explain what the employer can do for you, instead of what you can do for them




Don’t encourage the employer to contact you, leave out contact information, and don’t sign your name at the end of the letter




Send the same generic cover letter to all employers




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