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5 Real Cover Letters That Worked

Tania Khadder | NursingLink


Mistake: Not “Answering” the Job Description


You’ve done a lot of exciting things in your nursing career, so it’s natural for you to want to share them all. Don’t! If your experience doesn’t directly respond to the hiring manager’s questions, you’re wasting everyone’s time.

The Solution: Address the needs of the role.

I know what you’re thinking: “What questions?” I’m talking about the qualifications section of a nursing job description. In writing these, the hiring manager is asking how you meet the needs of the role at hand. Of course, in a cover letter, you won’t be able to answer each and every one of them (that’s what your nursing resume is for). But you may want to pick out a couple of the most crucial ones and respond to them in your cover letter.

Next: The Real Cover Letter That Worked →


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    mnnrn

    about 4 years ago

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    I hate that instead of this article being on one page you need to scroll down to read, I have to click to each section. It's a choppy and obnoxious thing to do to a perfectly good article.

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