A job-targeted resume summary can be a game changer when it comes to the impact your resume will have on the prospective employer. Summary is that section of your resume which was once the career objective; it is actually an evolved form of the resume objective. While the objective or career goal used to be candidate oriented, the profile summary is employer centered and unlike resume objective it enables candidacy branding while also serving as a platform to prepare the reader for what follows in further detail in the resume.
Here are a few helpful tips pertaining to effective resume summary writing:
• Act space-wise: Do not give up valuable space on your resume to highlight the information which is already there. Make sure your summary presents only highlights of the details which follow, in order to instill interest in the reader and inspire them to read on.
• Fit and condense: Analyze the position and your candidacy and then decide upon the professional skills and personal traits that make you a perfect match for the position. Condense the same into as little space as possible with economy of words.
• Summary as a branding tool: Resume is a candidacy marketing tool and must be developed just like any other marketing tool. Your candidacy being the product, you need to carefully determine your bestselling points and then devise the most effective way to highlight the same.
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