Table of contents for Cover letters for dummies / by Joyce Lain Kennedy.


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Introduction.
PART I: Cover Letters in the New Economy.
Chapter l: What Employers Are Telling Us.
Chapter 2: Your DotCom Cover Note.
Chapter 3: Helping Your Cover Letters Find Work.
PART II: RedHot Cover Letters That Say you're Hot.
Chapter 4: The RedHot Cover Letter Kick-Off.
Chapter 5: Cover Letter Myths That Chill Hiring.
Chapter 6: Action Letters That Respond to Needs.
Chapter 7: Action Letters That Initiate Leads.
PART III: Working Out What Sizzles.
Chapter 8: JobSeeker's Skills Finder.
Chapter 9: Worksheets: Sorting Out Your Qualifications.
PART IV: Writing RedHot Cover Letters.
Chapter 10: Language That Snap-Crackle-Pops.
Chapter 11: Zooming in on Cover Letter Anatomy.
Chapter 12: Grabbing Attention with Your Opening Line.
Chapter 13: A No-Fail Checklist for Top Results.
PART V: RedHot Cover Letters: What They Look Like.
Chapter 14: RedHot Responding Letters.
Chapter 15: RedHot Initiating Letters.
PART VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Tips for Working with Recruiters.
Chapter 17: Ten Hints for Answering Job Ads.
Chapter 18: Ten Tips for Handling the Salary Issue.
Chapter 19: Ten Burned-Out Words and Phrases.
Chapter 20: Ten Hot Tips from Hiring Pros.
Appendix: Problem Words.
Index.
Book Registration Information.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cover letters Handbooks, manuals, etc, Job hunting Handbooks, manuals, etc