Once you’ve spent hours refining and proofreading your resume, writing a cover letter can seem like very challenging and time-consuming task.
But, it doesn’t need to be. It’s important to remember that a cover letter is your first opportunity to build a relationship via a piece of paper (or email) with the person who’s doing the hiring, as described by Aimee Bateman, founder of Careercake.com. Therefore, a cover letter is just as important as your resume, as it allows you to shine some light on your professionalism and personality.
Check out some other tips for developing a stellar cover letter in Aimee’s video, below.
Do you agree with Aimee? Do you have any other tips for writing a great cover letter?