resume. Monday , November 27th , 2017 - 08:19:45 AM
Adding insult to injury, some writers prepare resumes in both the first and third person, as in the example that came across my desk that began with the objective: Position which will utilize my experience and provide opportunity for advancement and growth, clearly in the first person, given the use of the pronoun my. The resume continued with a summary of experience that read: Performs accounts payable activities . . . Reviews and classifies invoices . . . Interacts with vendors, with verb after verb written in the third person.
Most people use statements like, I wish to utilize my expertise and learn new skills, Looking for a position that will help me utilize my skills and grow within the organization, To get a job in an extremely successful company, to get an entry into the world of sales and to advance slowly to higher levels as their objective statement.
Companies often hire people who are a known entity. They are friends of someone in the company, or have worked with someone in the past. This is where the saying comes from, "who you know matters more that what you know"
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