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March 08, 2012


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i like objective statements because when looking over a bunch of resumes at a time, it's nice to have that one-sentence to see what the person's skills are and what they want to do.

if job experience is in different fields, sometimes it's difficult to gauge if the person actually will fit into the role at your company.

Good stuff Free Money! I would also say that right at the top of your resume have all of your contact information-don't make the potential employer look for it because they won't! Another thing to keep in mind it that most resumes are initially scanned by a computer and if you don't have any specific keywords in your resume-you're not going to make the cut. I recently put up a few job boards and have noticed that employers are very specific in what they want today. If you don't have the specific requirements they are looking for-don't bother

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