resume. Thursday , August 03rd , 2017 - 16:37:19 PM
According to the Certification Guide prepared by the Professional Association of Resume Writers, resumes should be prepared in the first person. That makes sense since, as a general rule, when a person prepares a resume for distribution, it has her or his name, address, phone, and e-mail at the top. It would be pretentious and a little silly to send out a document with a persons name on it (first person) thats written like its from someone else (third person). But thats what we do whenever we write a resume in the third person.
It is no longer necessary to include an "objective" on your resume; in fact, some resume readers are so opposed to objectives that they will use it as their excuse to throw your resume out. Objectives are a thing of the past because hiring managers are not interested in what you want out of your career, theyre only interested in what you bring to the table and how you will benefit their company.
Informality Employers are not on board with the current job seeker fad of using I, me, and my in resumes. Stick to a formal approach using a telegraphic style which limits the use of a, the, and other articles. The document can still flow and tell your story!
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