| smaison wrote:|
| noneyons wrote:|
make sure your "objective" is not vague but specific to the exact job you are applying for. you might have to switch it up as you go along.
people still put objectives in their resume? i use CVs so i havent seen that in a while.
I was going to say this.
I say do away with objectives. People don't really use them these days. Maybe for truly entry level positions with no experience, but as you gain some experience, you can do away with them. It is encouraged to state your Professional Summary or Summary of Skills at the top.
If you need help with templates, pull up Microsoft word, click on templates, click resumes and you will see different examples. They even have them by profession, as different professions have preferred layouts.
Edited by Spokenword - May 14 2013 at 4:58pm