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Cover Letter Writing

Advice on how to write the perfect cover letter to accompany your winning CV.

How to Make Over Your Cover Letter

freelancingYou may have written a cover letter template and updated it for different vacancies but every so often it can be worthwhile refreshing your cover letter completely. Not only will revisiting and changing your cover letter keep it current but it can also help you to think of new and improved content. Here are three tips on how to make over your cover letter!

Change the Layout

One of the quickest and easiest ways to make over your cover letter is by changing the layout and design. This will automatically freshen up the cover letter. Search for cover letter templates, choose a design you like and lay your text out on the page. To make it even more different you could consider using different colours and images to highlight your contact details.

Tell the Employer Why You Chose Them

Many candidates use their cover letter to tell the employer all about them and why they are the ideal candidate for the job. Although this is definitely worth including on your cover letter you should also mention why you chose the company. Telling the employer why you want to work for them and why you want the job will demonstrate that you have researched the company and have a genuine interest in the position. Although employers want to read about you and find out about your experience, they may get bored if all you are doing on your cover letter is rambling about your own background. Compliment them and the company by outlining some key points as to why you want to join the organisation.

Add New Skills

Throughout your career you will acquire new skills and complete new projects and if you haven’t updated your cover letter for a while the chances are some of your most recent achievements aren’t listed. Be sure to revisit your cover letter regularly and add in any successes you think could improve your chances of finding a job.