templates. Tuesday , September 05th , 2017 - 16:39:40 PM
This is the most common one that is asked in a majority of interviews. It may be exclusively asked just to check the candidates verbal communications skills, especially for call center jobs.
This question is asked by employers, as they want to know how the company would benefit from you. Essentially, the interviewer is conveying to you that he wants to hear what kind of expertise will you bring to the organization. You need to highlight your personality traits and experience and relate it to what the company is looking for.
I've said so before and I'll say it again, if the resume is your advertisement, the objective statement is the punchline! Hence, it has to be good and should have a strong impact. The objective statement talks about 3 things. Your career goals, your skills, and what you intend to bring to the company which would employ you. Having said that, it has to be short, up to 3 sentences maximum, and not verbose, with long sentences. To good effect, you could start the career objective part with a nice, relevant quote by someone in the field you intend to work in.
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