Open Doors with a High-Impact Resume

As an experienced professional, you need a skillfully developed presentation that demonstrates both the depth and breadth of your experience. Your resume must show a core set of professional or technical “hard” skills, an ability to solve problems, and a broader set of administrative and interpersonal “soft” skills. To be portrayed appropriately, you must show that you can meet new challenges and be an enthusiastic team player in any type of organization.

Career Advancement

We use a Skill Upgrade treatment that illustrates how your past skills and accomplishments relate to a new level of responsibility.

Career Change

Whether you seek to transfer skills form previous jobs or recent education, we use a Skill Transfer treatment to highlight how your skills are relevant to the career you want now—rather than “pegging” you according to your past history.

Resume Objective

Having a career objective is the foremost section in any resume and an objective statement will always get attention if written correctly. See the examples below of a strong objective.

Objective 1

Big-4 experienced accountant seeking an internship with a company to leverage accounting skills,experience with auditing banks and other financial companies to a career position in a local company or organization. I am a self-starter with excellent communication and supervision skills who requires little or no supervision. I take pride in my work, excel under pressure, think through assignments and work collaboratively with my colleagues.

Objective 2

Recent PhD Physics graduate from UCSD seeking Data Scientist position to leverage my strong analytical skills and deep background in data analysis, mathematical modeling, especially large data sets in different categories. I have the intellectual skills to apply my knowledge to business issues of many kinds including increasing revenues and profits through a better understanding of data. I am seeking to transition into the business data analytics area where I see a need for scientific thinking around data, including seeing patterns and trends in customer preferences to optimize operations, increase sales leads that convert and at better levels, through a better understanding of its business data. I am very quick to learn, curious about all aspects of data analysis and feeling comfortable at seeing what others cannot find or understand. Most importantly, I am a good communicator.

Objective 3

Rady Master of Finance student with strong systems and engineering experience seeking internship/job with local San Diego based company doing financial or data analysis. I have strong problem solving and analytical skills, extensive experience in working with startup companies on new products. Ability to identify issues at both a strategic and functional level. Strong decision-making and critical thinking ability; able to develop unique methods of analysis where traditional methods do not yield results. Effective experience working with cross functional teams on diverse projects.

Objective 4

Dedicated, motivated and energetic individual graduated in May 2017 with Master of Science degree in Business Analytics seeking to leverage my technical and professional expertise. I am fast-learning with natural curiosity, passion with numbers and love to solve difficult problems involving multiple variables. I enjoy working with teams and motivating the team members by finding ways to bring out the best in everyone.    

Student & Entry level

Entry level (less than two years’ experience):
In the early stages of your career, it is essential to focus on the quality, rather than the quantity, of your experience. Your resume should clearly demonstrate that you have the abilities, strengths, and motivation to assume new responsibilities and challenges. If this is not readily apparent, the employer will usually move on to the next resume in a matter of seconds.

 

Professional & Mid-Career

As an experienced professional, you need a skillfully developed presentation that demonstrates both the depth and breadth of your experience. Your resume must show a core set of professional or technical “hard” skills, an ability to solve problems, and a broader set of administrative and interpersonal “soft” skills. To be portrayed appropriately, you must show that you can meet new challenges and be an enthusiastic team player in any type of organization.

 

Executive

As an experienced executive, you need a carefully crafted marketing document that shows a record of profitability, productivity, and continued growth. On the one hand, you must be portrayed as an innovative, visionary leader; on the other hand, you must show that you are a pragmatic manager who succeeds in planning and leading the execution of strategies that impact the bottom line.

 

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