Cover Letter Examples

Cover letter examples for your profession

Here, you’ll find cover letter examples for your profession. Our cover letter library contains more than 350 different cover letter examples for all types of professions. All of these examples has been created by Cowrite’s Cover Letter Generator. They are free to use and can easily be adapted to your specific needs.

If you need help with the structure and some tips to get started writing a cover letter, have a look at our guide here.

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How did we create the cover letters in the list?

The examples in this list are created in our Cover Letter Generator, which you find here. The structure behind these texts is the proven rhetoric disposition that was invented in ancient Greece more than 2000 years ago. They say wine gets better with age, well, that doesn’t really go for the rhetoric disposition. It was brilliant in the beginning, and it is still brilliant.

Its main parts are the following:

a) Introduction
Spark your reader’s curiosity! Write something that makes the recipient remember you and want to continue reading.

b) Background
What is it that made you want you want to do what you do? What are you currently working on? What are you looking for?

c) The statement of the case
Your statement is, of course, that you are the perfect match for the job.

d) Argumentation
This is your time to shine. Describe why you are perfect for the role. Adapt the text to the most important parts of the job described in the ad. Try to find examples of what you’ve done that prove that you meet the specific requirements.

e) The conclusion
You have the opportunity to be creative here – feel free to finish up with a “call-to-action”, that they really should meet with you. It could also be a brief summary or any other creative idea that you come up with, something that makes the recipient want to take the next step with you.

Read more about the rhetoric disposition here.

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