resume. Thursday , September 14th , 2017 - 09:23:57 AM
Remember that your resume is a living document that will be edited and updated throughout your job search and it will continue to evolve over the course of your entire career!
When mining your career history for cost savings, don't forget to look at systems that you created. You may be able to ferret out information on how a new process or procedure trimmed more costs over time.
This leads us to one of the first things resume reviewers usually see: the objective statement. Objective statements are about what you and what you want. This goes directly against our advice to remember that resumes are not about you. What can you do? The most effective resume are focused resumes, but clearly an objective statement is not the best way to create that focus. The solution is a qualifications summary . A well-written qualifications summary will take the place of an objective, immediately conveying the focus of the resume while emphasizing exactly what it is you bring to the employment table that will set you apart from other applicants. In other words, a qualifications summary is employer-centered rather than self-centered.
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