You should always include a cover letter in your job application to explain the professional assets that make you a great candidate. A cover letter allows you to connect to the hiring manager, thus increasing your chances of getting called for an interview. ResumeHelp’s cover letter builder will help you write a cover letter in a professional format.
It would be best to keep your cover letter length to half a page and no more than three-quarters of a page. Any shorter than half a page, the recruiter will think you didn’t put in sufficient effort to write your cover letter. If your cover letter is longer than three-quarters of a page, a busy recruiter won’t take the time to read the entire letter. In your cover letter, describe the most relevant hard and soft skills to the role.
This cover letter example will work if you have no experience and are looking for entry-level positions. However, instead of working experience, focus on your education, such as a bachelor’s degree and describe your coursework and training. Explain why these certifications and knowledge are fundamental to success in the role.