A Key Question That Should Be Answered By You, Continued

The last question that needs to be answered concerning creating a professional resume cover letter would be is your resume crafted for a particular company or does it seem like it has been mass-produced and sent out to several other companies? Think of it this way, whenever you receive a piece of mail in your mailbox that gives off obvious signs of being mass mailed what is the first thing you think? Chances are you'd think that it is junk mail and it immediately goes in the trash. This means the person who sent it will have to mail out a large number of them and hope for a tiny response in order to have any chance at success.

 

You will have to follow the same concept if you mass-produce cover letters without making them unique to a particular company you are applying for. Don't make your job hard, put in a professional resume cover letter that is unique and will get the job done. This can be easily done when you follow what I've mentioned in this article and take the time to answer these questions very carefully before you decide to send your cover letter out.

 

Gail Esparan