Clear Objectives Lead to a Great Job Search Resume

When you're in the market for a new job, of course you want to get the word out to everyone you know. So you dust off your former resume, attach it to a cover letter, and send it off to friends, family, and prospective hiring managers in your field of interest.

Job Search Jimmy

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Question #1


Are you a man or a woman?




Wait! There's a better way. Take time now to list your objectives before you type. A
resume is a whole lot more than a list of former employers. It is a key marketing tool.

More Than a Business Card—By Far!

Consider the PAR system [Problem-Action-Results] as your primary objective when composing your resume. Here's how to put the system into words in order to maximize your marketability.

Choose terms that illustrate the problem you faced, the action you took to resolve it, and the results you achieved on the job. Put the focus on yourself since hiring managers want to find out who you are as a person as well as a prospective employee.

Here is an example of how the PAR system can turn an ordinary resume into an effective marketing tool that can carry you right through the door to a great job interview.

"Totally reorganized the poorly designed and ineffective front office of a large advertising firm, creating an efficient functional-coding file and retrieval system, a new communication center with appropriate technology in one location, ergonomic furniture for reception staff and clients, and new bold paintings on the walls for a balanced and attractive setting, resulting in a new image for the company and a pleasant environment for the employees to carry out their responsibilities."

Words Matter

P – Problem [poorly designed and ineffective front office]

A – Action [creating an efficient functional-coding file and retrieval system, a new communication center with appropriate technology in one location, ergonomic furniture for reception staff and clients, and new bold paintings on the walls for a balanced and attractive setting]

R – Results [resulting in a new image for the company and a pleasant environment for the employees to carry out their responsibilities.]

Now it's your turn to create a set of objectives that will focus your new resume in a way that will lead to the interview you want and the job you deserve.

Job Search Jimmy

WARNING: Don't use any resume sample without adding your own customized interview-getting "secret sentence" to the top...

Free Career Quiz Creates Your
"Secret Sentence" That Lands Job Interviews Like Crazy...

... 99.9% of all job seekers don't have a clue about this... not a clue! You're about to receive an unusual, eye-grabbing, fully "customized for you" secret sentence you can quickly add to the TOP of your resume... and it's free!

Question #1


Are you a man or a woman?