• Monday, March 10th, 2014

Medical Device Job Interview QuestionsTimes have changed…  The idea of using an “objective” as the opening statement in your resume is outdated. Instead of using your opening statement to summarize what you’re looking for in a job, use it to show your prospective employer how you can give them what they’re looking for.

Your opening statement should give readers a summary of your qualifications – using keywords related to the industry and responsibilities of the position you are applying for.

Use this section to show prospective employers what you have accomplished in prior positions and what results you can bring to their company. Your “summary” should help hiring managers get to know you while also showing them what you have to offer their company.

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