Question by  may (16)

How do I write a good objective in a resume for a media position?


Answer by  eatwrite (1559)

Make sure that your objective statement is specific. It needs to target the job that you are applying for. The statement can be brieft or it can be up to a paragraph long.


Answer by  AmandaCherry (6)

You need to focus mainly in the experience you have had in the field of media, rather than your studies. It is obviously important mentioning where you got your degree, but focus on the experience as this will be the point making you distinct from all other applicants.


Answer by  JaydeesLaydee (523)

If you are familiar with the job, that's pretty much all you need to know. Be certain that it's spelled, and punctuated correctly because it really does count! It is helpful but optional. If you include it, just include specifics about career goals in this particular field. That's all you need to know!


Answer by  JohnHolmes (2660)

In any objective you will want to state why you are more qualified or the better choice than the other applicant. Emphasize your strong points and your great attitude.


Answer by  henners (568)

Any good objective for any position, whether it be in media or psychiatry, will let your potential future employer know what it is you hope to achieve in just a few words. Each objective should be tailer made for the position applying for.


Answer by  eaglover (394)

Be clear. The maximum needed is two to three good sentences. The first senytence needs to show why you're the best candidate for the position.


Answer by  Mallika (449)

First from address second to address subject : application for the post of reference : from where did you know this and then provide everything step by step:- name, age and date of birth, marital status, husbands/wifes name, hobbies, educational qualifications, experience, languages known and expected salary. Experience, languages known and expected salary

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