xpert -Many would call it an application letter but in business jargon it is called a cover letter. It plays a critical role in getting you hired into any job.
Before taking you into his office for a specific task, an employer or say an organization will want to know more about yourself, academic background and what you can do for them. A cover letter comes here handy.
Though still many job seekers get this wrong, a cover letter should not be more than four short paragraphs long. Keep it succinct and precise.
- It should have both your address and the organization address where your address must be on the top corner of the right side of the paper while that of the organization should be fixed on the left.
- Salutation- for the obvious reason that you may not be clear with who you need to address it to, you will require to be open. So use Sir or Madam and just stop there. If you want to be alittle more specific, you can address to Head of HR Dpt.
- Reference – This is the title which will indicate details of the job position you want to win. It must be short one line.
- The body – This is where the first paragraph must involve writing a request seeking to get that job which was advertised in the media.
The second paragraph of the body you will be required to describe who you actually are and what achievements you possess. Highlight what you will be doing for the employer if hired.
And in the last paragraph, let the organization know that you will be waiting eagerly to hear from them very soon and that you are fit and upto the task.
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