Why you should stop writing resume objectives

05/23/2013 | SimplyHired.com

One of the most misguided notions held by job seekers is that their resume should include a statement identifying their objective, writes Harrison Smith, co-founder of Crafted Resume. Companies would rather hear about what you can do for them instead of what you want. "[D]o yourself a favor: scratch the resume objective and put in another line or two of substantive accomplishments under your work history," he writes.

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