Exclude the Objective and Summary Statements from Your Resume

We recommend you to not include objective or summary statements on your resume. It's very easy to make them generic or repetitive of the resume content.

Instead of writing short objective or summary, explain your motivation and benefits for the new company with a separate document. Use a cover letter which is the best companion for your targeted resume.

With a cover letter, you can explain targeted experience statements in the most mesmerizing way. You can introduce yourself, explain your top achievements and tell a story how your professional skills can bring your future employer the results.

Since we recommend you to keep a resume content on one page, you should save paper space and exclude objective and summary statements. Focus on your experience and skills section instead. Write a targeted professional resume and you will have much higher chances of succeeding.

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