I really admire how Company XYZ thrives for excellence for all its product lines, creating market-leading tech.
As someone that thrives in a self-driven environment, I truly believe that I and Company XYZ will be a great match.
A good cover letter can spark the HR manager’s interest and get them to read your resume.
A bad cover letter, on the other hand, might mean that your application is going directly to the paper shredder.
Recruiters get hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of applications.
Chances are, they’re not going to be reading every single cover letter end-to-end. Instead, you want to start off with 2-3 of your top achievements to really grab the reader’s attention.
Then, you need to figure out what you like about the company and turn that into text.
Let’s say, for example, you’re passionate about their product and you like the culture of innovation / independent work in the organization.
After weeks of heavy job search, you’re almost there! You’ve short-listed the coolest jobs you want to apply for.
You’ve even had a friend train you for every single interview question out there.