Date:18.06.2016, 19:00 Finish strong. It s a saying that you ve probably heard before. However, many people don t realize it applies to cover letters. Not that I blame them. There s so. Wrong company name or wrong cover letter. Talk about mistakes that are easy to avoid. "The biggest mistake I see on a regular basis is that candidates either misspell the name of the company or get the name wrong says Gary Hewing of Houston-based Bert Martinez Communications LLC. "All this in his opening paragraph." If you are asked in an interview about your hobbies and adventures, be prepared with a strong answer, says Olson. "What a (job candidate) likes to do outside of work might show how they are in their job she says. Needless to say, he was not considered for the position, though not before the hiring manager got in some laughs around the water cooler at his expense. "We forwarded the cover letter to our managers sort of as a joke says Sander Daniels, co-founder of the site. "That's the amazing thing about the Internet. You can spend 15 minutes online and look like you've been following them for a year." Gurney reminds applicants to do their full research on the company if they do get called in for an interview after.
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