Writing cover letters is often
more difficult than writing a resume because cover letters
are written in narrative format. When teaching
unemployment cover letter and resume writing workshops, and
help clients create a cover letter that flowed, I developed a list of
transitional phrases like the ones below and recommend you
review them when you begin to write your cover letter.
The standard preference when writing a cover letter is not
to use 'I' and instead using transitional phrases like the
ones below to begin cover letter paragraphs and when writing
cover letter content.
Everything you can do to make writing your cover letters
easier is a benefit, because then you will be more likely to
take the time and write individual cover letters.
For more tips on cover letter writing and see other phrases
in cover letters see the links below.
This information is extracted from my book, Proven
Resumes Strategies That Have Increased Salaries.
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