resume. Saturday , October 28th , 2017 - 22:37:28 PM
Its shocking to me that the majority of job hunters are still using an objective. First, let me say STOP THAT! Next, let me tell you why: An objective is all about what you want. Truthfully, hiring managers couldnt care less. Your objective statement means absolutely NOTHING to them. It does not make you stand out, it does not position you as a leader, and frankly, instead of getting you somewhere, firmly plants you three steps back. However, a personal branding statement, followed by a career summary that is strategically formulated around your unique promise of value, is the golden ticket. If that was Greek to youand you have no idea what Im talking abouthold on, its about to get better.
Even if you're in a role that doesn't traditionally focus on cost--say, Information Technology--it still makes sense to note where and when you've been able to renegotiate contracts or add efficiencies that reduced expenses.
Don't feel that your experiences won't lend anything to your job search. Chances are that in the interview, you'll be able to let your personality shine through, and you can tell the employer more about your background. If not, however, you have still picked up valuable skills from your activities that can only help you in your new job.Job Search Skills in Software Development Resume Writing
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