To use a resume objective or to leave it out? This is a question that has plagued applicants ever since the debate began. We deem resume objectives important because they serve as introductions. When a hiring manager looks through a resume, he or she is often overwhelmed with the amount of information that is provided in it. A resume objective softens the blow, allowing the hiring manager to get to know the applicant through a single introduction, and giving him the choice of not reading the rest of the resume if he or she wishes not to.
But one cannot depend on an objective solely. Even though the resume objective is quite a “wholesome” part of the document, it cannot possibly provide details. So if you write a good objective but fail to provide relevant detail in the rest of the resume, your objective fails. Making sure that the objective goes hand in hand with the information provided in the resume is essential.
There is no rule that governs the inclusion of objectives in resumes. But if you want your resume to be given due consideration, make sure that you take out some time to write one, as it will only help with your job hunting endeavors. Unsure about what a resume objective should contain? Do not stop reading!
• Highly experienced and well-organized Deputy Clerk with exceptional skills in providing clerical and administrative support to court cases, presently looking for a position at North Dakota Supreme Court.
• Dedicated Deputy Clerk with 9+ years of extensive experience in handling the review, filing and processing of court documents, anticipating a position at City of Chesapeake. Ability to receive, record and update court documents in virtual court management systems, with special focus on accuracy and integrity of information.
• Seeking a position as a Deputy Clerk at State of North Carolina utilizing ability to prepare detailed court documents in accordance with established guidelines, and handling automated case management systems and data entry duties.
• To work for Kootenai County as a Deputy Clerk. Bringing a successful track record of supervising the maintenance of court dockets, ensuring assignment of case numbers, and providing insight and professional administrative support during court proceedings.
• To obtain a position as a Deputy Clerk at City of Fargo making the most of expertise in scheduling court cases, reviewing and preparing court documents, completing court-related forms, collecting and processing fees and fines, and effectively administering oath to witnesses during trials.