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The competition is high in the architecture industry. Whether you're a fresh graduate or a junior architect, you shouldn't just settle with a comprehensive resume if you want to get hired. You also need a well-written cover letter for a higher chance of earning the coveted architecture position. Fortunately for you, our website offers high-quality, and ready-made Architect Cover Letter Templates in Microsoft Word. And they're available in A4 and US Letter sizes. With these at your disposal, getting that architecture job position won't be a problem. So, before you start applying for the job, hit that download button below to have a well-composed cover letter.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, architects earn an average of 79,380 dollars per year and the employment rate for the position is predicted to increase by eight percent from 2018 to 2028. This is good news for all you aspiring architects out there, but this also means more competition.
To increase your chances of acquiring the architecture position, you need a comprehensive curriculum vitae and a well-composed cover letter. And to help you with that, here are tips on how to compose an architect cover letter in Word.
A cover letter is composed of your and the employer's contact information. Now, the last thing you want is to provide the wrong company name or the wrong name of the contact person. Thus, make sure you check to see that you've written down the correct information about your employer.
The body of your letter should mention the position you're applying for, the skills and experiences you have that match the job description, and talk about why you are the right person for the job. You must mention all of these in the language that your employer speaks. And remember, keep your words short and to the point as employers will want to have an easy time going through the content of your letter.
Since you're crafting a formal document, you have to make sure that the tone of your letter is formal from the beginning until the end. Remember that this letter's purpose is to help you get a job, meaning that the employer going through your letter must feel a sense of respect and courtesy from its content.
Your closing remarks should be a call to action. A statement wherein you politely and open-endedly ask recruiters to take a look at your resume and contact you regarding his/her decision. It's best that you include your email address and phone number at the end to ensure that the employer has the means to communicate with you. Also, don't forget to proofread your letter before printing to ensure that it doesn't contain any misinformation and spelling and grammatical errors.
A cover letter is used to introduce yourself to a company, show your interest in a particular position, and make a recruiter interested or motivated to read your resume. It's meant to help individuals increase their chances of being employed for a position they're applying for.
1. Your degree title and the name of your school.
2. The title of the job position you're applying for.
3. Your skills and experience.
1. Spelling and grammatical errors.
2. Providing wrong information
3. Giving salary expectations.
4. Giving negative comments about your previous company.