matt333 wrote: »
personally I don't have one, I don't see the point in having one. My resume has Certs, education, technical skills and work experience.
spiderjericho wrote: »
Objective is pretty worthless. It basically tells the employer you're looking for a job.
Tremie24 wrote: »
I'd leave it off, that's what your cover letter is for, I've been told by many people who critique resumes for living to leave if off. If I were to have one, I would make a sentence or two long. But personally I wouldn't put one on there.
DoubleNNs wrote: »
I've been using a summary in the past. However, after passing the ICND2 and getting my full CCNA, I plan to switch over to an objective instead in order to convey the fact that I want to move into a more technical networking position - hopefully one where I'd be able to touch Cisco configs, even if just for monitoring and verification.
Would that be an appropriate use of an objective statement? - since I'm trying to get further into that part of the IT field. Or would a summary still be more beneficial?
networker050184 wrote: »
off the wall positions I've been contacted about