Assistant Manager Cover Letter



Assistant Manager Cover Letter :



This is to write a letter that would be a partner to cover a specific resume. That partnership is achieved by making sure that the cover letter adds value to the resume and avoids duplicating it. Your reswne is (or should be) a good presentation of your positive characteristics. So how do we avoid duplication? In this page, we will see how this page achieves this through highlighting, refrarning and adding something new, such as motivation.


This was interested in the idea of a partnership between the cover letter and the resume. He asked me to explain the terms I was using and I did, by way of analogy.


The sportscaster's lesson :


Many times a sports fan watches a contest that takes two or more hours to complete. Excited, s/he turns on the evening news to hear the sports segment. The thrilling contest that took hours to play is reviewed in a minute or so. Special emphasis is given to the game's highlights : a key base hit, a spectacular catch, a basket at the buzzer, a decisive moment that would interest viewers.


Your reswne is something like a TV sports news broadcast: a brief presentation that captures positive characteristics of yours that would interest an employer. Your cover letter can go beyond that. It gives you a chance to highlight those positive characteristics that would be of special interest to a particular employer. It's as if a TV station could broadcast to your home the highlights of special interest to you, while beaming different highlights to someone who has different interests. What's more, your cover letter can demonstrate motivation. In a sense, your resume can record the play, while your cover letter can add brief comments about the athlete who made it. The cover letter adds to your attractiveness as a candidate in three ways.


Highlighting : You can give those positive characteristics of greatest interest to a particular employer more prominence in the cover letter than you did in your resume.


Reframing : Through your cover letter, you can put some of your experiences in a frame of reference that more closely meets the needs of the employer.


New material : Your cover letter can include material of interest to an employer that would be difficult to present in a resume. Your motivation for wanting to work for that particular company is an example.


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