Professional Summaries Archive
We’re going to fix your resume objective. The first line of your resume is critical. If you don’t make a good first impression, you won’t get a second chance. When a hiring manager reads your resume for the first time, often they will be will be screening
Resume Objective Statements and Professional Summaries will show you how to start your resume with an introduction to grab a hiring manager’s attention. Your resume will become a powerful and impressive sales tool for your job search. Unlike other books on resumes that provide a chapter or
The resume I read today illustrated how important a summary section is. The resume was from a sales professional with around five years of experience. The resume started with candidate’s work experience. Although work experience is extremely important, you are limited in your presentation
The resume I read this morning started with an executive summary providing an overview of the job seeker. The summary focused on generalizations while the resume contained a number of specific accomplishments and experiences. The result was a summary that did little to help the
Your resume’s first impression - the first ten seconds it is read – is critical to your job search. No other point in a job search will have a greater impact in such a short time.
I’m a big fan of starting a resume with a summary statement. A summary statement gives a job seeker the opportunity to create a very strong positive impression in just a few lines. The summary statement is also the grabber that motivates the hiring manager to read
To help you write a good objective statement, we listed 50 objective statements taken from a random selection of manager and executive resumes. Some are very descriptive and others are extremely vague and generic.