By Doris RufOn Mar 14, 2019 Letter Templates
Appearances matter! A business letter is a professional piece of correspondence, but it wont be perceived that way if you opt for a wacky font or have lots of typos. Choose an appropriate font and font size. Avoid casual language or slang. Prevent typos and grammatical errors by proofreading carefully. If you are printing out the letter, consider choosing high-quality paper. Whatever paper you choose, fold the letter carefully before placing it in the envelope. If you can, type the recipient address on the envelope; if thats not possible, use your neatest handwriting.
The majority of the recruiters and employers agree that a Cover Letter should be maximum one page, arguing that “the shorter, the better.” To increase your chances of getting your dream job, make sure to research the company and the person you are addressing the Cover Letter to and personalize it according to their needs and profile.
Before you write — or finalize — your next business letter, take some time to review how to format the letter, from font choice to style, along with which salutations and sign-offs are appropriate to use.
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