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Resume Writing Tip: Objective Statement vs. Summary

Are you confused by all the arguments about whether you should have an objective statement or a summary on your resume? Don't be. An objective is always better--if you do it right, it helps you get the interview. Summaries ought to be included in every list of resume mistakes.

Click the video to see why you should never dump your objective statement.

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