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Write a Cover Letter That Wins Interviews

Ligia Chelotti 10/07/2019
 

When applying for a position, a cover letter should almost always be added in addition to sending out a resume. The cover letter serves a few purposes. First, it helps you focus the attention of hiring managers so they can see exactly how you fit into a certain position and work environment. Second, it might be the only way they are able to judge your communication skills. Your writing skills are on display, and the way you logically tie ideas together is also on show.

Click here to read "The 10 Steps to Building a Resume that Gets Interviews: A Solid Resume Template"

In essence, a cover letter is the same as a sales letter and you are the product or service someone is buying to help fit the needs of a company.

In this article, you will learn how to compose a cover letter that will land you job interviews.

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Interview Tips To Help You Land Your Dream Job - MCI Institute

Karen Lewitton 05/02/2019

An interview is an intense and artificial way of measuring whether you will be a good fit for a role. Until another method is developed, it is important to learn how to play this game. My first interview was secured through a friend who had an office suite on the same floor as an Accountant. The interview lasted about half an hour. Part of the interview included the Accountant asking me to write a sentence so he could determine how legible my handwriting was. How interviews have changed!

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A Holistic Job-Search Strategy - MCI Institute

Karen Lewitton 28/09/2017

When I ask people what their job search strategy is, they usually respond that they are registered with or are searching for roles on SEEK.com.

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Options If You Expect Low Atar In Hsc - MCI Institute

Megan Hauptfleisch 17/10/2016

Behavioural or competency based interviews are very common during the initial interview stages

You can expect to come across this type of questioning in the first or second interview for a role.

The premise behind this technique is that past behaviour predicts future performance. Interviewers want to understand when you have demonstrated a competency through past behaviour. It is

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