RE: using a slogan on a resume
Ugh. Does anyone really include an objective anymore? And if so, what's a good reason?
I just wrote a soon-to-be-published article for an online magazine. The article is titled, "Resumes for a New Millenium."
In my article, I propose that the objective section of the resume is outdated, and a summary of skills(I never thought about a slogan...) should be included instead.
So, maybe my little article will become a standard for the future.
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