The first aspect of the right career objective is that it should be in line with the job that you have applied for. For example, if you have applied for a job in an IT company, you should make sure that your career objectives reflect that you have taken academic degrees and have always wanted to pursue a career in the IT field. In the same manner, if you are trying to pursue marketing or even a creative field, you should make sure that your career objective summary reflects the same.
“To build a long-term career in ‘your profession’ with opportunities for career growth”
I am applying for a Patient Services Representative position. Since graduating college in 2012 I’ve worked as an English teacher in South Korea for two separate schools. However, between my teaching jobs I returned to the States and worked as a Librarian Assistant for 7 months. I have gained knowledge and some experience from both these jobs that can be transferred to the PSR position. I believe I will need to write a Career Objective for a Professional, but I am unsure of how to incorporate both of these experiences in a short and concise way, since the example states experience in one field (Customer Services Representative). If you have any tips, they’d be much appreciated!
'In one year, the company's president has fired 60% of his leading executives, received 25 sexual harassment complaints from female staff members, and lost the company's number one ranking in the state.' This sentence is now objective because it gets the same idea across, that the president is an idiot, but rather than making the claim and calling him the name, the rewrite lets the facts speak for the writer. An audience will be more inclined to support and believe the writer because the writer has used evidence instead of making the word 'idiot' do all of the work.