Why you did not add cover letter with resume for the most important job that you applied for? If you thought resume was enough, your highness! You made a grave mistake.
Since we’re moving more and more deep into the 21st century, the competition is increasing day by day especially when you talk about the business and employments. To face this wind of increasing competition, every institute is seeking potential, professional and highly suitable employees. Any idea of how do they find such people? Nay! Not only by giving advertisements. That is by careful analysis of the applications.
Sitting in an office, analyzing job applications it is hard to assume whether a person is capable or not when he is himself not present and you only know his ambiguous details, that too by few pieces of paper. You can easily ignore that and look for someone who you could judge better. There on table you find detailed information of a person, his proposal, and convincing argument of why he is a perfect man for you. You get a feel that he’s that man you’re looking for so you pick up the phone and call him for interview. Did you observe what happened in the whole process? Let me elaborate.
The first applicant had not added a cover letter with his resume and the resume was not enough to convince the reader. Contrary to that, the second applicant had not only added a cover letter with his resume but also his qualification comparing to the prior applicant, he successfully marked the line.
This is that miracle that cover letters do. Cover letter is basically a one page document that is attached with the resume in which the applicant adds his introduction, decently arguments for why he is suitable for the job and add some other details too that mostly make him a ‘call for interview’ applicant. Does resume mention all these details and works the same? Then let me ask again,
Why you did not add cover letter with resume for the job that you lately applied for? Your highness! Don’t make this grave mistake again.