Past IssuesNovember 01, 2010
Use a Simple 'Bullet Point' List
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Use a Simple 'Bullet' List!
By Jimmy Sweeney, President of CareerJimmy and
Author of the Amazing Cover Letter Creator
Writing a job search cover letter on a single page can be a challenge. There are so many items you may consider including. But, there is one powerful and easy-to-read technique for doing just that--put your best points in a bulleted list! Like this...
During my five years as Customer Service Manager at ABC Corporation in Any City, USA I was responsible for:
- Training new representatives
- Overseeing the customer sales department
- Handling customer complaints
- Updating our IT
- Introducing new service strategies
Before writing your letter, jot down the things you want to include. Then condense them into short, punchy statements and list them with bullets. Your cover letter will rise to the top of the pile when you communicate in this clear and concise way. A bulleted list can help you stand out from the competition and land you more job interviews.
Jimmy Sweeney is the president of CareerJimmy and author of the new, Amazing Cover Letter Creator. Jimmy is also the author of several career-related books and writes a monthly article titled, "Job-Search Secrets."
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