- Career Objective is the second album by punk band The Methadones.
- What you intend to accomplish in your career (your major long-term goals in
life) and the necessary strategy to get where you want to go.
- part of your resume that shows how you can add value to your prospective
- Recently created or experienced and not faded or impaired
- (of food) Recently made or obtained; not canned, frozen, or otherwise
- freshman: a first-year undergraduate
- (freshness) originality by virtue of being refreshingly novel
- Not previously known or used; new or different
- (freshness) the property of being pure and fresh (as if newly made); not
stale or deteriorated; "she loved the freshness of newly baked bread"; "the
freshness of the air revived him"
- Begin to do or pursue (something) again after a pause or
- Begin to be done, pursued, or used again after a pause or
- sketch: short descriptive summary (of events)
- curriculum vitae: a summary of your academic and work history
- Begin speaking again after a pause or interruption
- take up or begin anew; "We resumed the negotiations"
career objective for resume for fresher
- Resume Objective
Resume Objective Statements and Professional Summaries
Resume Objective Statements and Professional
Summaries will show you how to start your resume with an introduction to grab a
hiring manager’s attention. Your resume will become a powerful and impressive
sales tool for your job search. Unlike other books on resumes that provide a
chapter or two on objective statements and professional summaries, this book
attacks the topic. Numerous examples are provided, analyzed and improved. Each
step is explained in detail. You will learn how to create a powerful, impressive
and effective introduction that will make an impact and get results.
have a chance of landing an interview, you must first grab a hiring manager’s
attention. Your resume is a sales document. It needs to sell your potential from
the instant a hiring manager starts reading. To do this, you need a strong,
impressive and effective introduction. This introduction will create excitement
in hiring managers and motivate them to want to learn more. In other words, you
need an introduction that will lead to interviews.
Most job seekers
understand how important the start of their resume is, but this is also the part
of their resume that they struggle with the most. The result is typically a
weak, uninspiring start that is completely ineffective.
This book offers
the solution. It is entirely focused on Objective Statements and Professional
Summaries, the two most common styles of introductions. Other resume writing
books provide a little advice on a wide range of resume writing topics. They try
to answer every question a job seeker might have, but provide limited depth on
each topic. You need to become an expert at creating a powerful and effective
introduction. You need this book, and you need the winning introduction you will
learn to write.
iPhone and Android
So after deciding the last android book was far
too out dated for me to gain any real knowledge, I ordered myself a couple of
new book. These 2 just came out, and I made sure they both covered the most
recent versions of the iPhone SDK and the Android SDK. iPhone? Yes. I bought a
mac so I figured it's about time I learned to do some iPhone development. I was
looking for a book that would be a complete solution for learning iPhone, and
this book's tag line is "A Complete Course in iPhone and iPod touch
Programming". Plus I really like Apress books, so it seemed like a good fit. A
search on craigslist for people hiring android developers compared to the number
of people hiring iPhone developers gives you a clear cut winner in career
advancement. The android book was purchased primarily because I still really
want to do it. The last book became very outdated very quickly. This book covers
1.0 version of the SDK, so I know there won't be any problems.
Messing around on the rocks at Garden of the
career objective for resume for fresher
More than half of 9th graders in the United
States will never complete a college degree. High schools must do more than
prepare some students for college: They must prepare all American youth for
productive lives as well as continued learning beyond high school. In this
timely volume, two educational leaders advocate for a more meaningful high
school experience. To accomplish this, the authors argue that we need to change
the focus of our current high school reform efforts from ''college for all'' to
''careers for all.'' This work shows how schools can prepare young people both
for the emerging workplace and postsecondary education.