Writing the "Career Objective" in your resume

Started by Sudhakar, Jul 29, 2008, 05:03 PM

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One fresh engineering graduate asked this question

[blink]"What should be my career objective? Do you know whether its important to write in my resume".[/blink]

I understand that, each and every one of us will copy it either or try to make some new comments.

Lets make this board clear and crisp, for those engineers who comes here and discuss about there career objective in their Resume.  :agree

Make sure, this topic should be used for freshers and Job Seekers.
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Hi Acumens

Career Objective is one of main Part in Your Resume ....Mostly the JOb Seekers are Copying the Career Objective from other candidates

and Changing according to their Needs.. But Career Objective is the only way

The Job seeker's has only chance to introduce himself..

Here The Seeker Can Display what type of skill set or qualifications the applicant possesses.
And then include the Career Goal

One sentence is good, but making sense is better.. but your career objective statement should be written without error.

Do not promise more than you can deliver...

Finally, You should consider the potential employer's point of view..

All the Best For Freshers...



Your career objective should state your desired position and the employers' needs. It should include job- and skill-related action verbs. It should also include the kind of employer you seek and the skills you want to apply.
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