Amazing Cover Letters Tell The Employer How Much Money You Will Make Them
Think about it, why does the employer want to recruit someone? Employers invest in employees because they want to make a profit from you skills, knowledge and experience.
In the cover letter you need to tell the employer how you will increase their profits, what added value you will bring to the team and how you have skills others don’t possess. Don’t just say “experience in X” “qualified in Y” or common phrases such as “a great team player” actually tell the employer how you will increase their profits and exceed their targets.
“In the past 5 years I have turned companies on the brink closure into profitable businesses, this was achieved by X, Y and Z” if a business is in this situation, they cant refuse you as you have the skills that meet their needs and remember your resume will give more details of how you achieved this.
“As an experienced hairdresser I have a loyal customer base. Out of a caseload of 100 customers, 75 have already agreed to follow me to my next employer. When you recruit me, I can offer my experience, creativity and a loyal base of paying customers.” The employer can already see the dollar signs.
In the cover letter you need to make sure you stand out and the best way to achieve this is by telling the employer, how by investing in you they will increase their turnover and profit.
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