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Resume letters for candidates with top qualities

A savvy lawyer (McKinney) seeking to relocate to a senior-level legal counsel position in a multinational corporation writes an elegant letter detailing his value proposition. The candidate uses no gimmicks, just hard-core competence to sell himself.

Busy executives can more easily read letters than study resumes. For that reason, supporters of resume letters believe that they are more likely to be read than a cover-letter-and-resume package.

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