The cover letter is the document that accompanies the CV when you apply for a job. The letter is not only to support the information that you’ve included on your curriculum vitae but it also allows you to add a personal touch to your application. It is the part of a job application in which you sell yourself and present yourself as the ideal candidate.
In Spain, generally, cover letters are divided into 4 sections: opening, introduction, body and ending. Knowing how to write a good cover letter can make the difference between overcoming the first stage of the selection process or not.
Until recently, in Spain it was not common to include a cover letter alongside your CV for a job application. However, it has now become common practice to write one not only in the search for fixed employment, but also when applying for an internship or a grant, since it allows candidates to explain the motives of their application.
In this section of Joblers about the cover letter in Spain, you will be able to find detailed information about the following themes:
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