Does your resume objective make sense for your new career path?
The Job Objective section of your resume will likely be the first place someone will look. If you also show Competencies, put your Job Objective before Competencies. For any resume objective, competencies and accomplishments should support your Job Objective.
The Job Objective will be most effective if it states work you want to do, not the role you want. For example, ‘Lead a team to achieve high growth for an early-stage business’, ‘Manage the operations to increase productivity in a computer related business,’ and ‘Find new opportunities the sales growth for a consumer products business’.
To help you update our resume, here is a career change resume template I made.
These ideas are from the book I wrote, CAREER CHANGE GUIDE, to help you find your own way.
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