Best cover letters

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Examples I find that people learn better by looking at an example. It is difficult to pick a profession where most people understand. Some of the ones I came up with were CFO , administrative assistant and a project manager . (You can see the samples by clicking on the link on each of the profession.) But all these are frankly, boring. So I thought maybe something a bit more fun for this dry subject. I am a fan of Harry Potter and this is a cover letter written by Severus Snape (before he became a Professor at Hogwarts) to Lord Voldemort applying to be a Death Eater. My explanations are highlighted in yellow . Dear Lord Voldemort;
( Writing to a specific person )

A proven track record in potion making, spell casting especially in hexes and curses and a talented duellist is the background I’ll bring to your Death Eater position.
( Strong opening sentence appealing to the requirements of the job ).

Allow me to highlight my strengths:

  • Significantly increased the strength (by five times) of the Draught of Living Death potion.
  • Created many new spells including the Sectumsempra spell (this spell violently wounds the target).
  • Mastered many hexes and curses.
  • Hogwarts Duelling champion 3 years in a row.
( Showing how he can meet the employers’ needs while being concise )

I would like to discuss in greater detail the contributions I would make in your army. I can be reached with the Enchanted Coin attached.
( This emphasize to the employer that he can add value. He also makes sure there is contact details. In the non magical world, we should put a phone number and/or email. )

Your time and consideration is most appreciated.

Sincerely,
Severus Snape
. Your current Death Eaters Avery and Mulciber can vouch for my strengths.
( A . captures the attention of the employer. In this case, he points out contacts that the employer can refer to. )

The recap: The résumé in prose form. It’s redundant, harder to read than the résumé, and provides no additional insight.

The form letter: This says, essentially, “Dear Sir or Madam: I saw your ad in the paper and thought you might like me.” And it’s clearly a form letter where maybe they got my name and company right. If they’re lucky, I will still take the time to read their résumé after being insulted with a form letter.

The “I’m crazy”: This one’s rare, and it expands on the résumé of experience with some personal insights. Examples range from the merely batty (“I find batik as an art form has taught me to become both a better person and project manager.”) to the truly terrifying (“I cast a pentagram hex and the central line pointed towards your job listing. I know you will find this as comforting as I do.”)

There are really only a few times to use a cover letter:

Best cover letters

best cover letters

The recap: The résumé in prose form. It’s redundant, harder to read than the résumé, and provides no additional insight.

The form letter: This says, essentially, “Dear Sir or Madam: I saw your ad in the paper and thought you might like me.” And it’s clearly a form letter where maybe they got my name and company right. If they’re lucky, I will still take the time to read their résumé after being insulted with a form letter.

The “I’m crazy”: This one’s rare, and it expands on the résumé of experience with some personal insights. Examples range from the merely batty (“I find batik as an art form has taught me to become both a better person and project manager.”) to the truly terrifying (“I cast a pentagram hex and the central line pointed towards your job listing. I know you will find this as comforting as I do.”)

There are really only a few times to use a cover letter:

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