Re: Resume recommendations for older writers?
The "T" part refers to the format of the letter: After your cover-letter intro, show how your skills match the qualifications by listing the job's requirements in a left column, and your matched qualifications in the right.
So, âTâ isnât an abbreviation, but refers to the âTâ-shape of the text body? (Iâve been asked a couple of times alreadyâ)
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