You rarely get a second chance to make a first impression. When that first impression comes in the form of a faulty cover letter or note, it could cost you a job.
This isn't limited to spelling errors or punctuation mistakes. We're talking about weak -- or even the entirely wrong -- wording. These are real examples from letters sent recently to HR professionals and hiring managers, along with the corrected versions.
"Good afternoon -- I am a 42 year old women married with 3 children. I...Full Story