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  • The worst things you could write in a cover letter

    Tampa Bay Times - 07/07/2014

    “Avoid phrases such as ‘best candidate’ and ‘perfect fit’ when describing your capabilities. You are really not in a position to make that assessment and it comes across to the reader as arrogant. You want to be positive and confident, but cocky is a turn off,” says Lynne Sarikas, director of the MBA Career Center at the D’Amore McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.

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