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As a manager, you will naturally be in charge of a variety of people. When a hiring manager is looking to fill a manager position, that means they’re going to be looking for someone who is just as good of a leader as they are an employee. Here’s how you can write a professional cover letter to accompany your manager job application.
It’s always a good idea to write a cover letter for any job. It puts you ahead of other job seekers, allows you to provide more details on why you fit the job description and gives you a chance to ask for an interview. If you’re not used to writing cover letters, then you can use the ResumeHelp cover letter builder to write all the cover letters you’ll use for your new job.
The perfect cover letter is typically between half a page and 3/4 of a page long. Any longer than one page, and the recruiter is less likely to read it; any shorter than half a page, and the amount of white space tends to make it seem like you’re underqualified. Your job search will be best served by a cover letter that’s around 3/4 of a page long.
Typically, you need some kind of experience to get a manager position, but it doesn’t have to be experienced in management specifically. You can talk about other types of experience, including academic experience, work experience that exhibits managerial capabilities, and volunteer experience. Pull from the same experiences you’re using on your resume templates.
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