iResume Cover Letter is officially accepting contributions from community experts who have a deep understanding of the HR industry and can provide valuable information for our job-seeking audience.

Whether you are a recruiter, HR consultant, or a freelance resume writer, if you have a guest post idea that is in line with our publication’s mission, then we’d love to hear from you.

Guest writer requirements

  1. Native or excellent English skills
  2. A good understanding of how to write professional resumes, cover letters, and the recruiting industry as a whole
  3. Willingness to respond to comments from readers
  4. Able to follow deadlines
  5. Good research skills
  6. Keeps up with current trends
  7. Can produce practical, relevant articles that speak directly to our readers’ needs

Content requirements

  1. Each post should be at least 700 words long and provide actionable advice for our readers
  2. Content should be geared towards job-seekers, who are either at the start of their career or currently changing professions
  3. Articles should be properly formatted
  4. Each post should be 100% original. We do not republish existing content.
  5. If you mention studies, reports or other official facts, please include the original source
  6. If you would like to insert pictures, charts, graphics along with your content, please makes sure to include the image source for each of them (Note: please ensure that you have the proper usage rights for any image that you include. If you would like to find copyright-free images, please visit

 Topics we are interested in

  • Resume samples or structures according to a specific job title
  • Cover letter samples or structures according to a specific job title
  • Interview tips
  • Job-seeking advice
  • Job-seeking resources
  • Expert interviews
  • How-to guides
  • Recruitment trends

How to apply as a guest writer

If you feel you meet all the above-mentioned criteria, send us an e-mail at elizabeth.heron(@) with the following details:

  1. Full name
  2. Short author bio (50-70 words)
  3. Samples of your previously published work
  4. One article suggestion, along with a short explanation of why that topic would be relevant for our audience and what angle you would like to approach

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