Here’s a cover letter suggestion to help you obtain more interviews. Instead of a typical letter with paragraphs, use a bulleted format cover letter. The bulleted format is more appealing to the eye, and it’s more likely to be noticed by the recruiting manager or other person in charge of reviewing applications. If you opt to use the bulleted format and follow this suggestion, make sure that each bullet point offers a reason for the hiring manager to contact you. This rationale could be based on your years of experience, education, a personality feature, or an accomplishment.
Another tip for improving the readability of your cover letter is to use bold faced fonts on occasion to emphasise points you want to be read. A bold face draws attention and is a common device used by graphic designers in advertising copy. Your resume and cover letter are marketing tools for you, just as a print media advertisement piece is for a company. Consider using a bold face as an example.
Human Resource Management experience spanning over 20 years.
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