How to create a cover letter for a job resume

Asked Apr 22, 2011
I just read that cover letters are often just scanned and the more "key words" you use that fit with the job description and job duties, the better. Just don't misspell or used weird or colored stationary (other than, you know, white, off white, neutral), use a classic font.

It also depends a lot on the industry and size of company - if I were applying to be a scientific climate modeler, I would expand on my abilities; if I were applying for something for which I was overqualified, I would definitely address my willingness to jump in for more mundane tasks.
Answered Apr 23, 2011
Oh the joy of creating a cover letter. I remember doing this a couple months back for freshmen seminar. It was a pain in the ass since i'm only 14 with no real work experience.

Although I do not really remember everything I needed, I did do a quick search for what you need in a cover letter, and what it requires. Use the following 3 links as it may help you. Hope it does.

Good luck.
Answered Apr 22, 2011
Hi, your cover letter should attract the hiring manager and it should be simple and brief. You can find more tips from
Answered Aug 19, 2015
Normally, experts recommend cover letters be structured in a “You, me, we” format. We can say that it is similar to writing a resume when you’re drafting a cover letter, then it is necessary to include every single information like personal detail and location, a statement that depicts why you are the best fit for the job, Experience, qualification etc. Make your cover letter attractive and start applying for the job by visiting Monster India an online job portal. Click On :-
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