How to write a coverletter for your job application, with tips and advice from CareerOne editor Kate Southam and recruitment experts:
Jo Jakobs: Randstad
Nina Mapson Bone: Chandler MacLeod
Carolyn Dickason: Hays
Kevin Jervis: Robert Half Recruitment
Producer/video editor: Josephine Asher.
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  1. what if its more than one location tough like in the Burger king site they say to state what locations u want to work for i stated 10 of them 4 in one subarb the other 6 in one subarb like west and central of the city. Do i still include each companies name and location or in that case i just be generic as its an entry level job and my mum told me to be generic as i have no job experience and its entry level

  2. Interesting what Jo Jakobs said. I've seen advice given out to the desperate telling them to just send a million random applications a month until someone calls you. So apparently, playing a numbers game is not helping you.

  3. how do I write a cover letter for a career site that is open to employers? I know how to write one for an individual but not on a career site career builder gives us a cover letter option but how do I even address this letter when it's for all employers am no making sense to anyone please help.

  4. I really enjoyed this video. Especially when it talks about being careful not to repeat what is on the Resume. I tell this to my students on my YouTube Channel. It's great to know his advice is consistent.

  5. hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to learn about how to get into the rail industry try Greega Railroad Job Guru (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my co-worker got great success with it.

  6. hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to learn about how to get into the rail industry try Greega Railroad Job Guru (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my co-worker got great success with it.

  7. Cover letters don't really tell much about an employee, anyone can just bullshit their way into a company. I've read so many cover letters and most of them has BS written all over it. Unfortunately, this is the predicament we all have to suffer,

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