A cover letter is a living document that often accompanies a resume. It gives job seekers the opportunity to elaborate on work experience, explain their goals, and show personality. Most of all, cover letters give you a chance to connect your skills to the company's needs. A little cover letter trivia to blow your mind: cover letters are rarely read before the resume as the term implies. So, do you even need a cover letter?
“How to Write a Cover Letter That Stands Out” – WSJ
How to Write a Cover Letter That Stands Out - WSJ
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What's the best way to start a cover letter for a job? The first couple of sentences of your cover letter are the most important ones. Recruiters and hiring managers often spend mere seconds scanning your application.