Try Sending Your Cover Letter Twice

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An article on CollegeSurfing.com, The Piece of Paper Standing Between You and Your Next Interview: The Cover Letter, by Robyn Tellefsen, quotes Quint Careers. We’re continuing to excerpt parts of the article: Send it twice. Submit your letter once in the body of your e-mail (with your resume attached), and then go double-duty by mailing a hard copy of your letter and resume. It’s a proven strategy for success:
Attach a handwritten note that says, “Second submission; I’m very interested,” Katy Piotrowski of Career Solutions Group said. “I’ve had clients double their rate of interviews simply from doing that,” she said.
With a little effort (and lot of proofreading), you can write a cover letter that dazzles potential employers and gets you an interview.

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