JobSeeker Cover Letter Tip
It's often handy to have a general-purpose cover letter to send out with inquiries and applications that fit your skill set. But be careful about using that cover letter too often. If you send a one-size-fits-all cover letter to a job that's a little bit different from the ones you usually try for, it might seem like you're not giving it your best effort. Or the employer may not think you understand what makes the position they're offering different from the rest. And let's face it, in the culinary world, one chef or general manager position is usually wildly different from the next. A generic cover letter might even make an employer think you got confused and applied for a job posted next to theirs. So look sharp and tailor your cover letter for each job!