Debbie Bride is a Canadian communications specialist who has called Costa Rica home since 2017. Her background includes writing about human resource and career development topics for employees and association members in various business and non-profit sectors. Born and raised in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Debbie moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba as a young adult, settling into that vibrant prairie hub for a life and career chapter spanning four decades. She currently works as editorial coordinator for Costa Rica’s premier travel and lifestyle magazine, Howler.
It’s unwise to treat cover letter spacing as an afterthought. Get it right and readers likely won’t notice. But getting it wrong could mean game over. Even if they don’t realize what’s “off” about the letter, they’ll simply move on to the next application. The cover letter spacing advice in this guide will help make your letter reader-friendly.
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