resume. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 14:37:36 PM
Unless you want your resume to be stuck with the rest of the commoners stash, youd better take these career objective examples for resumes a little more seriously.
5. Inappropriate style for your industry. Many industries have evolved their own distinctive resume style. If you don't want to look like an outsider, you need the right resume for your area of expertise. Resumes in some professions may be credentials based, while other professions may have higher regard for hands-on experience. Professions frequently have their own jargon and set of buzz words. Here is a partial list of professional areas with their own clear stylistic variations: technical; legal; finance; medical; academic; entertainment; consulting; art/music/TV/film.
Basically, the resume is merely a calling card; it introduces you in outline form to a prospective employer. Your only aim is to make this introduction as painless as possible for the reader by not attempting to say too much. But a poor resume which is ugly to look at, poorly organized, and fails (sometimes in spite of several hundred words) to quickly give the reader an outline of your background will harm your chance to have an interview.
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