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Getting the Job Part 2: Cover Letter & Resume


Cover letters and resumes often go hand in hand when applying for a job so this post is dedicated to how they should be done.

Cover Letters:

  • Cover letters should be concise (less than a full-page) and tailored to the particular company you are applying for. If the same cover letter can be used for various companies, it’s not specific enough.
  • The cover letter should not summarize your resume-that’s what your resume is for. Instead, the cover letter should only briefly touch on highlights of the resume and leave the details to the resume itself.
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Why You Should Study Abroad


The traditional classroom setting can’t even begin to compare to the experience of studying abroad. It just isn’t the same. It doesn’t matter how much time you put into learning a language. What matters is what you get out of it and this is where immersion comes to play.

It is said that it takes 10,000 hours to master something so with that being said, by studying a language for an hour every day for five years you would have obtained 1,825 hours of knowledge. It would take you almost 28 years to master something that you can learn within a month of immersion.

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