How To Write An Impressive Career Objective?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
To seek a challenging job in the growth oriented organization, where I could unleash my skills and abilities with mutual growth perspectives with my potential exposures to the latest technology, as a Fresher.
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Sadia Batool answered
Your objective must be professional. Be practical in writing it. It must be all about you are intending to do. Share your experience and be hopeful for future as well. It is good to be forthright in writing it. A forthright objective will be a great help to you. Objectives must be in a single line. Their single line will be a long sentence but it should be precise. Don't go for extraordinary things. Be specific and think about to the point things.

For instance, I am giving you an example of an objective. Hope this common objective will be helpful to you. You may edit it according to your requirement. So, go with it and read it with full concentration.To work with a reputable organization who acknowledges performance, give reward for hard work and loyalty with organization, which provide opportunities for professional long-term career growth and encourage staff to improve skills and knowledge that help to meet work demand and expectations of organization.
All the best for your CV!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The first step in composing your career objective is easy: Choose a target occupation
If you want your career objective to show you off to best effect (and who doesn't?), keep the following in mind:

Stay short and sweet. About two lines is all you need.

Be specific, but not exclusions. Stating that you want to work as a computer programmer is fine; stating that you want to work as a computer programmer specialising in relational databases coded in XML is restrictive in the extreme, and may prevent you being considered for any other computer programming position.

Don't use the 'I' word when the 'My' word will do. 'I want a job in retail sales' sounds egotistic and confrontational; 'To use my accounting and customer care skills in a role as retail sales manager' is more restrained, but no less persuasive.

Ensure that what you say in your objective is born out by the content of your CV, and vice-versa.
Example: "A retail sales position that demands proficiency in the creation and monitoring of in-store promotions of cosmetics to customers"
Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
Career Objectives in a CV is a very vital part for interviews. You need to make your objective focused and to the point. Here is a link that will help you writing your career objectives:
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I am a hard-worker employee with a strong customer services. With my unique personality that makes me stood out from other applicants.  I know that you would not regret to recruit me as a friendly staff. Currently, looking for a career change that allows me to initiate and take ownership.
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Karl Sagan answered

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