Which sentence exhibits the most appropriate tone for a cover letter accompanying a résumé?
a)I prefer to vouch for my own ability.
b)I am an extremely capable individual.
c)Quite a few people can vouch for my ability.
d)I have been working in the industry for three years
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@moreno94 people look for the most capable and qualified people for the position.
@jputney so B?
B seems the best option to me :)
What to include in a cover letter
Try to limit your letter to a single page. ...
Assess the employer's needs and your skills. ...
As much as possible, tailor your letter to each job opportunity. ...
Write in a style that is mature but clear; avoid long and intricate sentences and paragraphs; avoid jargon.
that's the way I set up my mine, not the best in English but great in communications.
Overall, B makes the most logical sense. :)
I'm pretty sure it is D. Experience means a lot. Employers look for people with experience. It means less work for them and can mean a better worker for them because they already know what they are doing. By just saying you are a capable individual, that doesn't give any information on what you are capable at or what qualities make you capable.