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How do I write a general cover letter for a job application website?

I want to post my resume on a website that has postings for numerous jobs that I might be qualified for. This site allows you to post your resume and one cover letter and then you can click on the particular jobs that you want to apply for. All of my previous job applications have been targeted at a particular position --and I worded the cover letters accordingly. How do I write a cover letter that adequately shows my strengths without targeting a particular job/position or employer?

Asked By: lenny - 3/20/2009
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A cover letter is always a good idea. It gives enough information about you and your capabilities so that the employer will be interested in talking with your personality... More
Answered By: lordreith - 3/21/2009
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Create multiple accounts so you can still have tailored cover letters for each position.
Answered By: helper - 3/20/2009
 
These are all valid concerns that you should bring to your local Resume Writing Service Center. They'll help your fine-tune that cover letter and resume so you'll stand out from the rest... More
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Answered By: smithgerry91 - 3/25/2009
 
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