THE GRAVY, ISSUE 5
Cover letters scare lots of job seekers.
“How do I write a good cover letter?”
“How long should it be?”
“What about the heading and address and all that stuff? What do I do about all that?”
“Should I write a general cover letter, or a specific one for each job?”
Let’s talk about cover letter writing. And guess what! Cover letters (in my opinion) are actually pretty easy. Especially compared to resumes.
FIRST THING’S FIRST…
Cover letters are easy because they’re short. Really short. The whole thing, including the heading, the addressing, and content, should be 1 page. That means your actual content should be around half a page–4 paragraphs, 14-17 sentences.
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