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Roger Goodell writes letter to NFL fans as training camps start across U.S.
If you need to update your resume, you download a template and fill in the blanks. When you're applying to jobs, the employer lays out the fields you need to complete right there in the application. But when you're writing a cover letter, you probably find yourself staring at a blank Word document wishing the right words would will themselves onto the page. Most of us don't consider ourselves to be the next Walter Isaacson , and the task of crafting the perfect story sits well outside of our comfort zone. It doesn't help that most of the advice out there on the subject is vague at best.
Is there one thing you can say in a cover letter that will guarantee it accomplishes its purpose? A cover letter serves as an introduction to your resume and to yourself as a candidate for employment. It's the place to show your interest in the position, and make a personal connection between who you are and why you're a great fit for the opportunity.