How do you write an unsolicited application letter for a job?

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There are samples of unsolicited application letters available through agencies that help people find jobs. There are also copies of letters of this type available online. Since people trying to find jobs in the last few years have had to become really competitive and creative in trying to attract the attention of possible employers, writing and sending unsolicited cover letters and resumes to human resource departments has become popular. The main point of this type of letter is to make a good impression, stressing the applicant's background and skills. Since there is not a specific job that has been advertised, the letter needs to express the fact that the applicant can fit in doing several things.
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