Résumés and cover letters are an essential part of your job-hunting tool kit. They are the most common instruments job seekers use to get a foot in an employer’s door. No matter what type of initial contact you make with an employer—whether it is in person, through the mail, over the phone, or via the Internet, you will want to leave the person with some written reminder of who you are and why you are interested in his or her company or business.
Never send your résumé out without a chaperon. Every résumé you submit should be accompanied by a cover letter.
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