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The chiropractor industry is booming, and like most job markets, competition is hot. When it comes to applying for your next chiropractor job, of course, you’re going to need to focus on your resume and what you want to achieve, but it’s so also so important to make sure you include a cover letter.
Your cover letter is an extension of your resume and gives you another opportunity to showcase who you are and what you can bring to the company you’re applying for. Today, we’re going to explore everything you need to know in order to create a powerful cover letter that helps boost your chances of being accepted in your next application.
Start With Basic Information
The first thing you’ll want to do is start your cover letter with the basic information the company needs to get hold of you and identify you as an individual. This means including your name, address and contact information.
This way, if they like your cover letter, they can easily highlight your application and get in touch, making it as easy as possible to hire you. After this information, start with a simple salutation to greet the reader, ideally by name which you can find out by contacting the company and finding out; which shows you’re resourceful!
The opening paragraph of your cover letter is one of the most important things to consider because this is the first thing the recruiter will read and will make or break your first impression. You could start with something like:
As an individual who’s passionate about helping people and providing value in people’s lives, I was thrilled to see a vacancy show up in your chiropractic practice. Having read through your job description, this is a vacancy I really feel I can give my all and provide 100% to both the company and the patients you serve.
How You’ll Serve the Company
The next thing you’ll want to think about is talking about how you’ll serve the company. Basically, go through the job description and answer any criteria or questions they mentioned and try to cover all the bases of what they’re looking for.
Think of your resume as the document designed to teach them about you in a professional sense, but the cover letter is your opportunity to talk about what value you’ll bring to the company.
Use Online Tools to Help
Even if writing isn’t your forte, there are plenty of tools out there that are designed to assist you in all aspects of the writing process. When it comes to a cover letter, accuracy is of the highest importance because it shows your attention to detail. Here are some tools to get you started;
Use these two services as a way to improve the grammar of your cover letter.
This is an online cover letter service to help you write and perfect your chiropractor application.
These are two online proofreading tools to help you highlight and correct any errors in your cover letter, as recommended by BestBritishEssays.
These are two career writing blogs to help you with career-related documents like cover letters.
You can use these two online editing tools to help format and structure your cover letter, as reviewed by UkTopWriters.
“After you’ve written everything out, it’s time to close the deal. Finish off your chiropractor cover letter by thanking the reader for their time and let them know you’ll be happy to answer any questions they have for you,” shares Nick Hardy, a cover letter editor for Grade On Fire.
Then sign off with your name and maybe even include a sentence or two about further points you’d like to discuss in detail, perhaps about your skills, work history or experience. Make sure you also attach any documents they require, such as passport, qualifications or professional licenses.
Keep Things Short & Sweet
All in all, you’ll want to try and keep your cover letter to around a single A4 paper size. This is because any shorter and you may not have included all the information you want to include, but any longer and the reader will get bored and may not read everything. Also, make sure your paragraphs are nicely laid out, and you try to avoid having more than three lines of text per section. This helps the cover letter become easier to read and far easier for the reader to connect with.