Keep your cover letter short and to the point

Keep your cover letter short, to the point, and spike strained metaphors linking high school triumphs to success in your career. You have to get your cover letter and resume right to land an interview, and then you have to nail the interview to get a job offer. Presentation is everything when preparing a cover letter and resume. Typos and spelling mistakes will land you in the rejected pile. Goofy fonts or too many fonts make your resume look cluttered and non serious. The best advice is to keep it simple.

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