Write to Impress and Score Interviews
There is a critical piece to the job application process that most job seekers are either afraid to, or don't know how to do effectively.
Contacting the hiring executives directly!
Think about it.
Why rely on machines (the online application tracking system) to decide if you resume gets reviewed by recruiters and hiring managers?
You have the power to make this happen yourself. But there is a problem:
People are TERRIBLE at writing emails and cover letters!
It's the cold, harsh truth.
Here is a screenshot of a typical cover letter I personally received:
If this sounds like you, it's time to learn how to improve your writing skills to stand out from the competition.
You might be concerned that writing is a highly skilled art form, and you don't have what it takes.
That's why this course was created.
It breaks down email and cover letter writing into 4 simple parts that anyone can follow, even if you're a novice writer.
Many recruiters have stated that a cover letter can be the make or break opportunity when deciding if they should pick up the phone to call the candidate.
They would either read it first, or if the résumé is really impressive, they read it last.
Personally, the direct email is how I got my first job in Canada at my dream company!
I know because I asked the same recruiter after I got my job.
Cover Letter vs Résumé
The direct email and cover letter does three things your résumé cannot do:
Remember this one, simple, undeniable fact:
Hiring managers hire for personality above everything else!
They would much rather give the job to the inexperienced, humble, willing-to-learn candidate over the qualified, overconfident, cocky know-it-all.
This course teaches you to bring your personality to the forefront of the hiring executives.
This Course Is Ideal For You If...
Connel's a successful newcomer to Canada. After securing THREE job offers TWO weeks after his arrival, he defied all the online negativity and stigma about the Canadian job market.
He now helps future newcomers who get confused and depressed with an online jungle of false information.
New Canadians have ambitious dreams, held back with a competitive and unknown job market.
He shows them the step-by-step process to a Canadian Job Search strategy that your lazy competition is not following.
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