If Entry-Level Coverletters Were Honest

A translation for employers who have more than 6 seconds

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Cover letters typically begin with something like, “To whom this may concern” or “Dear Hiring Manager.

What I’m trying to say here is, I’m a respectful person who understands corporate communication etiquette. I am fluent in professional-speak and extremely comfortable with…

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