There's no way around it: you need a cover letter. Even the most impressive list of credentials in a resume is still a clinical description. With a cover letter, you have the opportunity to impress the hiring manager with your enthusiasm about the position and company. This is a prime opportunity to convince a potential employer to give your resume more than the average six-second review that most resumes receive. ResumeHelp's cover letter articles break down specific issues so you can write the most effective letter for your job search.

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