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Cover Letter Purpose

In most of the cases, the primary application for a professional position usually consists of two documents. The first document is the cover letter that is typically followed by your resume. However, the resume is more like a standard advertisement for yourself, whereas the cover letter allows you to alter your application to each particular job.

The cover letter and resume usually provides all the input that a prospective employer requires and uses to decide whether or not you will reach the next step in the application process: the personal interview. In this case your goal is an interview and, ultimately, a job offer, however the more primary purpose of your cover letter in some cases may simply be to gain a conscientious viewers for your resume. The cover letter needs to be addressed to a specific company and the specific individual who will look after the process and your application. A little research or a call to the company to find out who you should address your letter to, will help you with proper addressing. The cover letter should also cover the position for which you are applying and also used to make specific references to the company.

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