How to Write a Career Objective Statement in Your Resume

Writing a career objective is an integral part of any job resume. In fact most employers will want to know about it more than anything else. If your career objective is well articulated and is in tune with the employer’s needs, you stand a better chance of being hired. Career objective is but one of the many elements that constitute a well written resume.

Before you sit down to write your career objective it is important to understand what it is. In short it can be defined as a personal statement that articulates what you wish to attain during work.

  • It’s Personal: There are many others who might have similar goals, but make it more relevant to your objectives in life – say what you are comfortable with and how you plan to achieve them.
  • It’s a Commitment: By stating your objectives in clear terms, you are able to identify who you are and how much you are determined to achieve them. If it closely linked to your employer’s needs; all the better for you.
  • It’s Action-oriented: By having an objective, you are able to take control of your life. You don’t get swayed away by occasional moods or get distracted by seemingly more lofty ideals.
  • It’s Directional: Clear objective help you keep moving in a focused direction. It will help you get information, plan for your future (and you employer’s) more objectively.
  • It’s Specific: Career objective must be very specific and convey a clear message to the readers. Generalizing your objectives is a pitfall you should avoid. Some broad terms like “challenging” or “successful” should be avoided; they are not relevant nowadays.

There are 5 major elements you can include in your career objective –

  1. Career Field: You can write about the major industry in which you would like to work – aviation, software, medical and retailing are some sectors that you can refer to in general terms.
  2. Position Field: If you wish to be a little more elaborate, you can consider talking about your designation you would like to attain. This particularly important if you are applying for a specific job position.
  3. Organizational Field: If you have any specific preference in which sector you would like to build you career, you should consider including it here. Typically there are two major types – service sector (includes education, banking, communications, aviation, shipping etc.) or manufacturing sector (includes car manufacture, shipbuilding etc).
  4. Functional Area Field: Here you can mention about the role you would like to play – technical, marketing, administrative, management and planning are some of the functional areas you will want to mention.
  5. Skills Field: Here you can tell something about the skills you have acquired in your previous employment, and the future plans for acquiring newer skills. The most common words you can use in writing include – administrative, human relations, management and so on.

It is not always a necessity to include all the elements in your career objective statement. Normally 3 should suffice, but including …

Want To Attract A Married Woman? Read My Secret Tips To Help You Attract A Married Women With Ease!

Imagine something for a moment. The wife who lives next door, the housewives who live down the street, the wives you see in the mall on a Sunday morning, every wife you know or could ever bump into: imagine if you had the know-how to seduce half of them; heck, imagine if you could seduce just one percent.

This short article is my attempt to boil down everything you need to know to attract a married woman.

Let me ask you this: why would any guy want to seduce a wife?

Now let me give you some food for thought.

Most men – and, I’m guessing, this applies to you – who want to have relationships with wives do so for sexual encounters or, as they are more commonly known, hookups. A wife, unlike a single woman, is the perfect woman for a man like you or any man. She has no real interest in your career; she could care less if you drive a sports car; she has no interest in the bank balance or the size of your home. The married woman is, in fact, not interested in most things that would interest a single woman. She is, in fact, interested in the same thing as you: a sexual meeting.

It is for these very reasons that clever men like yourself want to learn how to attract a married woman.

These ladies want what you want and they are infinitely easier to seduce than women without husbands.

So let me now give you the information you came here to read: my boiled down tips to seduce wives.

To make things more digestible, I’ll give you three tips. And these are really all you need to know.

Firstly, married ladies have anxieties about cheating.

It is your job to get rid of these fears. She will worry about being caught, about how it will make her feel, about whether another man can find her attractive, and whether or not she will have regrets. You need to tackle each anxiety. Once she has no fears, she becomes many times more likely to cheat with you.

Secondly, you need to make it very clear to her that you have no intention of wanting more than a fun fling.

Married women looking to cheat want men who are seeking casual relationships. Give her the impression that you want marriage or that you are seeking love and you stand very little chance of seducing her.

And, thirdly, my final tip for how you can attract a married woman. It is a sad fact of life that married relationships become stale.

What I mean is the excitement disappears. And, compounding this, both parties stop making an effort. So what can and should you do? You should bring excitement and fun to her life. Take her on a surprise date to something totally unexpected. Notice her beauty and let her know. Make an effort yourself to look the best you can look (new clothes and …