resume. Thursday , July 20th , 2017 - 21:37:21 PM
Companies are very aware that people acquire employment for selfish reasons. Therefore, they are more interested in learning two things from your objective. The first is what you want to gain from employment from their company; this is your selfish part. By the same token, companies are equally as selfish and they want to know what they can get out of you. Therefore, the second part of your objective will tell the company why your selfish objective will serve a purpose at their specific company.
The first paragraph about you should contain a short description of who you are and how you can help the organization you join. These few sentences should be able to paint a unique picture of why hiring you would be a smart decision. Just avoid the buzz words. Please.
These key words get straight to the point of describing your responsibilities, which is exactly what the employers are looking for. Chose these words carefully - don't say that you "managed a project", implying you were responsible for the whole task from start to finish if you were only responsibly for communicating the project to other associates. Instead state that you "Developed and executed the communication strategy for associates," describing your role more accurately and emphasizing your strengths.
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