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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.
Again, your resume should reflect the industry that you are in. If you are in an artistic and creative line of work, you can take liberties here to show off your amazing abilities and grab the attention of your audience. If you are in a more staid line of work, a more traditional format should be used.
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