Many young job-seekers make the mistake of saying a lot about themselves in cover letters, resumes, and interviews. A cover letter serves an entirely different purpose than bragging and talking about yourself. Your cover letter needs to make a connection with your audience and show you are interested in them. Your ability to make this connection and the strength of this connection will determine how well you do. Learn how to make a connection with your cover letter in this podcast with Harrison Barnes, Legal Recruiter.
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