Writing an objective for a resume

Writing an objective for a resume

In the video below we discuss the reasons a person would want to write an objective for a resume.

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There are many reasons to write an objective for a resume but for our purposes of social proofing your resume I recommend using a “qualifications” statement instead.

Below are the pros and cons of writing an objective for a resume versus writing a qualifications statement for your resume.

Writing an objective for a resume reasons:

Pros: Singleness of Purpose, Job Specific, good for traditional and annalytical readers

Cons: No social influence, limiting

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Hi. I'm Paul Woodley. Owner of HotelSalesHacker and Author of ResumeElite.com I am a hospitality sales and marketing consultant who likes to teach, train, and coach hoteliers on how to be the best they can be.

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