Ditch The Objective/Summary Statement
Unless you’re changing your career path entirely, consider forgoing the objective statement. Why? Because the objective statement takes up valuable space and says nothing about you as a candidate. Recruiters and hiring managers read through countless resumes every day and each objective statement sounds exactly like the last one. Including one won’t help you stand out. The one exception is if you are going to take the time to craft an individualized objective statement for each job to which you apply.