Whether you’re officially looking for a new job or just trying to get noticed by the right people in case they might be interested in you, the number one thing you need to do is get more LinkedIn profile views from the hiring managers at your target companies.
What’s the best way to replace “To Whom It May Concern” when addressing cover letters?
Here are four tips for figuring out who to address in your cover letter…
You sent off your application to a company and even had an in-person interview. It seems like the process is moving along and your next role is within your grasp. You eagerly refresh your email and wait by the phone as the days drag on with no word. You send an email follow-up, and the hiring manager claims to still be interviewing and will make a decision next week. The following week arrives and you receive the same disappointing response, still interviewing. Now it’s your turn to make a decision.
In the story of interviewing for a job, sometimes the hiring manager can become the villain.
After all, if you’ve been on interview after interview. And sometimes it seems like they’re listing the perfect job for you over and over again only to pull it out from under your feet…
With so many applying for each and every vacancy, many job seekers are finding it difficult to stand out among the crowd.
What you may not realize, though, is that there are some easy (and not so easy) ways to differentiate yourself from 99% of all other candidates – and make the hiring manager sit up and say, “Wow!”