Cover Letter: Third Paragraph Matches You with Job's Requirements


The third paragraph of a cover letter should fill in the blank in this sentence, says Deborah Brown-Volkman in an article on Quintessential Careers: “Here are relevant examples of what I have done that match with what you are looking for…” “In this paragraph, discuss your accomplishments or highlights that you want to showcase or have the employer locate quickly,” advises Brown-Volkman. “Bullets work well in making your accomplishments easy to read.”