Table of contents for The everything cover letter book / Burton Jay Nadler.

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Top Ten Cover Letter Dos and DonÆts
Chapter 1: Let the Job Search Begin
ItÆs about Communication
Simple Steps for Success
Proactive and Reactive Strategies
Three Ps in Perspective
Chapter 2: The Letter-Writing Process
Putting Your Best Foot Forward
Cover Letter Formats
Content Is Crucial
Myths and Realities
Common Mistakes
New Issues for the E-Generation
Crucial Challenges to Overcome
Chapter 3: Resume Review
Seven Steps to Resume Success
The Everything Resume
Helpful Tips to Get Started
Keep Your Audience in Mind
Key Word Focus and Function
Resumes the E-Way
Chapter 4: Off to the Interview
Your Prep and Cheat Sheets
Highlighting Your Qualifications
Research and Preparation
Typical Interviewer Styles
Common Questions
Pre-Interview Prep Exercise
Four Valuable Phrases
After the Interview
Chapter 5: Before and After Versions
Advertising Account Executive
Marketing Intern
Administrative Assistant
Chapter 6: Cover Letters for Special Situations
Special Strategies for Special Situations
Over Age Fifty: Product Manager
Experience at Only One Place: Materials Manager
In-House Application: District Supervisor
Homemaker Reentering the Work Force: Graphic Designer
Career Change: Advertising Assistant
Career Change: Business Consultant
Career Change: Marketing Executive
Career Change: Product and Services Developer
Displaced Homemaker: Administrator
Fired/Laid Off: Recruiter
Former Small-Business Owner: Environmental Advocate
Former Freelancer: Production Assistant
Freelancer: Editor and Writer
Gaps in Employment History: Assistant Curator
Military Background: Transportation Operator
No Clear Career Path: Accounting 
Overseas Employment History: Marketing Assistant
Part-Time Employment History: Store Manager
Recent Graduate: Assistant to Museum Director
Recent Graduate: English Teacher
Recent Graduate: Gerontology Aide
Recent Graduate: Legal Assistant
Recent Graduate: Set Designer
Recent Graduate: Translator
Temporary Employment: Administrative Assistant
Weak Educational Background: Parking Supervisor
Chapter 7: In Response to Employer-Identified Postings
Research and Respond
Administrative Assistant
Administrative Judge
Assistant Curator
Assistant Editor
Assistant Hospital Supervisor
Associate Desktop Publisher
Athletic Director
Business Consultant
Campus Police Officer
Case Manager
Chief Financial Officer
Child Care Assistant Director
Claims Adjuster
Clinical Research Nurse
Conference Coordinator
Customer Service Manager
Dental Hygienist
Dentistry Department Manager
Director of Public Works
Event Planner
Features Reporter
Field Finance Manager
Film Archivist
Home Economics Department Coordinator
Hospital Administrator
Hotel Manager
International Buyer
Legal Assistant
Loan Officer
Meeting Planner
Multimedia Specialist
Newspaper Intern
Occupational Health Manager
Office Receptionist
Park Maintenance Supervisor
Political Staffer
Preschool Director
Product Developer
Production Quality Control Manager
Program Coordinator
Project Manger
Public Relations Associate
PublisherÆs Assistant
Purchasing Agent
Real Estate Sales Associate
Regional Manager
Restaurant Manager Trainee
Sales Representative, Medical Products
Senior HVAC Technician
Site Location Supervisor
Social Worker
State Administrator
Store Manager
Systems Engineer
Technical Writer
Television Camera Operator
Travel Agent
Writing Instructor
Chapter 8: In Response to Confidential Postings
Applications Programmer
Assistant Personnel Officer
Biomedical Engineer
Business Consultant
Legal Associate
Marketing Analyst
Medical Assistant
Operations Manager
Pharmaceutical Sales
Chapter 9: ôColdö Contact Letters to Employers
Administrative Assistant
Admissions Counselor
Advertising Sales Associate
Associate Editor
Audiovisual Specialist
Computer Software Designer
Consulting/Management Information Specialist
Editorial Assistant
Elementary School Teacher
Financial Analyst
Investment Banking Analyst
Legal Assistant
Management Consulting Analyst
Marketing Director
Mutual Funds Broker
Public Relations Assistant
School and Community Counselor
Television Production Assistant
Chapter 10: Broadcast Letters to Employers
Administrative Assistant
Admissions and Enrollment Manager
Advertising Intern
Credit Manager
Freight Supervisor
Marketing/Sales Executive
Optics Researcher
Project Manager
Senior Vice President, Banking
Chapter 11: Contacting Employment Agencies
Accounting Manager
Claims Processor
Dental Assistant
Executive Assistant
Legal Administrator
Office Manager
Property Manager
Research and Development
Sales/Customer Service Representative
Security Guard
Chapter 12: Contacting Headhunters and Search Firms
Director of Information Services
Management Consultant
Operations Manager
Plant Manager
Senior Accountant
Chapter 13: Networking Letters
Administrative Assistant
Auto Salesperson
Bank Manger
Chief Financial Officer
Customer Support Representative
International Controller
Marketing Assistant
Marketing Specialist
Mortgage/Loan Officer
Payroll Supervisor
Production Manager
Quality Control Engineer
Staff Accountant
Telecommunications Specialist
Chapter 14: Networking Notes
To Faculty Member
To Past Employer
To Professional Society Colleague
To Professional Society Officer
To Friend of the Family
To an Alumnus(a)
Chapter 15: Other Letters
Between Phone Conversation and Interview I
Between Phone Conversation and Interview II
Following a Job Interview I
Following a Job Interview II
Thanks for a Great Reference
Thanks for a Great Recommendation
Thanks for a Great Referral
After an Informational Interview
Followup Letter
Response to a Rejection
Withdrawal from Consideration
Rejection of an Offer
Acceptance Letter
Address or Phone Number Change
Resignation Letter
Appendix A: Critiquing Checklist
Appendix B: General Job Search Resources
Appendix C: Special Strategies for Special Groups

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cover letters.