resume. Saturday , September 02nd , 2017 - 07:24:23 AM
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.
We can agree that your objective is to find a job and yes, it is pretty much understood that you will seek positions that offer growth opportunities and fit into your long-term career goals.
Want to demonstrate how well you work with others? Include group activities and particularly tough class assignments on your resume. For example: If you had to create a product or perform a case study as part of your grade, you can include this if it is relevant to the job duties you will be required to perform if hired.
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