Write a cover letter that sounds the right note

03/9/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

To make a good impression with your cover letter, include comments that show you've researched the company or understand industry trends. Keep your letter brief, and avoid spelling or grammatical goofs that can signal you have "a lack of attention to detail," says Clare Shanahan, senior director of talent acquisition for Fireman's Fund Insurance.

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