Objectives: Yea or Nay?
(1) Senior Operations Management
(2) New Business Development Training & Development...Leadership...New Markets
(3) Accounting & Finance Corporate Banking ● Private Placement ● Start-ups
(4) OBJECTIVE Marketing Specialist, Writer & Editor in Advertising with deep-level experience in Client Relations Management looking for CRM position in Industry.As long as you keep in mind the objective is akin to the title of a book, you will find that there are no limits to how varied it can be. This is in part the answer to the second half of the question: What does it say that the resume does not? As a title, you do not necessarily get additional or different information but a mind-set that flavors all the information that follows. If the chapter of a book is titled BLUE, and you begin reading about an alien attach, you will no doubt envision blue aliens. Make sense? 5. What do bad objectives look like? What a great question! Any objective that is self-serving is a bad objective. Here is my all-time favorite 'bad' objective: OBJECTIVE: Looking for a growth opportunity in a growth organization that will utilize my skills and experience. I mean…come on...who isn’t? Moreover, Who the heck cares? People want to know want you can do for THEM, not what you want from them! 'Nough said. Finally, if you agree in-part, altogether or not at all, I would love to hear from you. It is that dialogue that teaches us all so well! Rob Taub is a credentialed career master who has 26 years of experience in the career marketing and job search consulting industry. Click here » if you’re a career expert Photo credit: Shutterstock