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The Cover Letter Formula That Works

A boring cover letter doesn't get you an interview. That may seem like a no-brainer, but it's true because hiring managers may sort through hundreds of these documents for a single job opening. Your introduction must stand out from many others that come down the pipeline to someone's inbox. Here are three ways to make your letter rise above the rest. Basics A three-tiered system called the problem-agitate-solve formula seems to work for a dynamic cover letter.
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