How One Item Listed on a Resume Lands It in the Trashcan
This is the biggest mistake to include
The most impressive resumes concisely and compellingly illustrate one major message: “This is how I made things better for the companies I worked for.” But the one section that gets in the way of this objective is ... well, the “objective” — those few words up at the very top, meant to capture the entirety of a candidate’s career ambitions. Instead, they don’t really say anything at all.
It’s highly outdated and unnecessary. And yet, I still get so many resumes that have one. While it might sound harsh, 90 percent of the time, I refuse to read through resumes that include an objective.
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