What if I don’t know who to address the cover letter to? By Matthew Coppola


Occasionally a job advertisement will not mention a contact person. It may just ask for you to submit your resume and cover letter for consideration.

So, what can you do in this instance?

One option is to call the company advertising for the role and ask who is the best person to attention your application letter to. Doing so, can show enthusiasm and a keen interest in the position, along with helping you to get noticed by the employer.

The other option is to just put: ‘To Whom It May Concern:’.


Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions

How to stay motivated and positive despite set backs in securing work, by Matthew Coppola


It can sure get tough finding a job. We want the right job, but often is the case we settle for anything just to be employed.

I don’t see anything wrong with that. It can certainly look good on a resume as opposed to a lengthy unemployed history, and it also helps to keep us focused until the right job comes along.

We often say to ourselves – ‘stay positive’ or ‘don’t worry, something will come up’ – however the bills that need to be paid are at the back of our mind in how important it is to have a job.

But often is the case when we lose focus on our job search efforts, the result is:

  • Incomplete and inaccurate job applications.
  • Cover letters that are not properly tailored.
  • Messy applications and we rush the job search process.

Loss of focus can have a serious impact on the success of our job search efforts.

One approach that can really help build up an individual’s confidence is by having their resume and cover letter written by the experts at client centric.

They can professionally write for you a new and tailored resume and cover letter that work to sell and market your skills and highlighting, highlighting what you have to offer.

Visit their website today at www.clientcentric.com.au

They service every capital city and regional areas across Australia including Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Gold Coast, Hobart and Adelaide.

Client Centric: The specialists in writing resumes and cover letters for clients looking for work in Geelong, Victoria.


Geelong is indeed a beautiful town southwest of Victoria, well known for its Art Deco boardwalk, colourful sculptures and a rich history.

There are many and varied jobs available in Geelong, from a wide range of industries and sectors to work in.

Finding a job in Geelong can at times be challenging. However, the team at Client Centric are available to assist clients put their best foot forward with a professionally written resume and cover letter designed to market and promote their skills and experience.

The service that they provide is primarily online/phone based. They are very responsive and eager to assist.

If you live in Geelong and would like help with your job applications and interview skills, look no further than the team at Client Centric. They are ready and waiting to help you.

Client Centric: The Professional Key Selection Criteria Writers.


The team at Client Centric have considerable experience in addressing key selection criteria.

They know how to write tailored responses that capture the readers attention, relate to the position and align the individual’s experience with the job description.

From administration to government, to education and healthcare – they have assisted clients at all levels put their best foot forward.

Please feel free to visit their website: www.clientcentric.com.au for more information.

Client Centric provide a personalised and tailored service for all their clients. They are responsive, professional and very helpful.