3) Finally, have someone quite young read it to you. Of course, they won't appreciate the argot of your industry. But they can still get better get the gist. Or you're depending on a recruiter to be really familiar with what you do. Also, be concerned about language they can't articulate. We often overrate the literacy in almost any industry.
2. Main Body _ This is the most important part of your cover letter and may be made up of one or two paragraphs. This is where you state your key competencies and relevant experiences that have the most impact on the available role. Try to focus on those competencies that will be beneficial to the company if they give you a chance. Clearly state in your cover letter how these can be used to successfully carry out the tasks of the job. Draw their attention to how your previous achievements and roles can help you perform the job well. It is critical that by reading this part of the cover letter, the employer is convinced that you are suited for the position.