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Land Your Dream Job Without Applying Online

By cultivatedculture 1 Comment

A good resume objective is the difference between landing the interview and having your application tossed in the trash.

Here’s why:

You’ve probably heard that employers spend an average of six seconds scanning your resume. But do you know where they spend the majority of that time?

Scanning the resume objective.

It’s the easiest way for them to qualify (or disqualify) candidates, which is why it’s critical that you structure your objective in a way that’s easy to digest and hooks your potential employer from the first bullet.

This, my friend, is easier said than done. If you did a Google search for “resume objective” you probably came across a bunch of conflicting advice that left you wondering:

At least that’s how I felt when I was looking for help during my job search. This article aims to change that. It’s going to be your one stop shop for crafting a resume objective that achieves a single goal: getting you the interview and the job offer.

getting you the interview and the job offer.

Here’s what we’re going to cover:

Once you’re done with this article, go ahead and check out this guide on writing resumes that will actually get you hired (the first time).

What Is A Resume Objective ( Why Should You Care)?

Your resume objective is the first section that appears below your name and contact information on your resume:

A highly effective objective includes 3-5 bullets of the most relevant experience and compelling results when compared to the job description.

Other career websites and “gurus” may advocate for different formats. Since founding Cultivated Culture, I’ve had thousands of resumes come across my desk which has given me the opportunity to test each style, collect data, and monitor success. The bullet-style that I’ll be walking you through in this article outperformed every other format.

It’s specifically designed to hook the reader, highlight the information they are using to qualify candidates, and deliver it in a format that is easy to digest. Here’s a quick comparison of the bullet-style vs. a paragraph style resume objective (in the context of an outbound sales role):

Example of Bullet Style

Example of Paragraph Style

At [Company], I am responsible for managing a team of six sales people that have a track record of consistently over-attaining against quota and drove ~40% of net new sales last year for the company. Most recently, I restructured our sales pitch process to incorporate a “Challenger Sale” mindset from the initialpoint of contact through to the close. It helped us increase our sell through rate by 15% and increased our average deal size by 29% versus the previous process. Finally, diversity and inclusion is a huge passion of mine. I created a group called embRACE which aims to help make diversityand inclusions a core pillar of our company’s culture.

As it turns out, the psychological drive is much more powerful than the physical experience of withdrawal. Cocaine, which also produces little withdrawal sickness but does create extreme craving, was once seen as nonaddictive — that was before America was introduced to crack in the 1980s. More than a century ago, Mark Twain summed up the essence of the problem, in reference to the addictiveness of tobacco: “Giving up smoking is easy,” he said. “I’ve done it thousands of times.”

I personally had the same experience with heroin. I got through the nausea and chills at least five different times, but avoiding the psychological draw of the drug long-term was much harder than suffering through a few weeks of withdrawal symptoms. Quitting cocaine is similar. ( More on Time.com: Best of ‘Stoner Cinema’ ).

So the question is, how does marijuana compare to these classically addictive drugs? Estimates vary, but compared with tobacco, which hooks about 20% to 30% of smokers, marijuana is much less addictive, coming in at 9% to 10%. In contrast, 23% to 25% of heroin users get addicted, along with 15% of alcohol users and 15% to 20% of those who use cocaine.

Marijuana is the most heavily used drug in the country — by their 20s, 56% of Americans have tried it — but only 16% of people who are in addiction treatment report that marijuana is their primary drug. In contrast, just 2% of young adults have ever tried heroin, but heroin addicts make up 14% of treatment admissions.

Overall, then, addiction rates for marijuana are significantly lower than for other drugs, both legal and illegal. What about withdrawal symptoms? “You see mood effects, irritability. Food intake decreases. There are sleep disruptions. It looks like nicotine withdrawal,” says Carl Hart, associate professor of clinical neuroscience at Columbia University, who has studied marijuana withdrawal. “You can actually die from alcohol withdrawal. Heroin withdrawal you can’t really die from; it’s more like the flu. Marijuana withdrawal is annoying, but it isn’t life threatening.” (Full disclosure: Hart and I are currently collaborating on a new book.)

According to Stanton Peele, author of the classic book Love and Addiction , the real question is not the substance’s addictive quality, but its potential for harm. “I wrote an article on this titled ‘Marijuana is addictive — so what?'” he says. “How harmful is this addiction compared to other addictions? It can be disruptive to people’s lives; I have a treatment center, and some people end up there because of marijuana. On the other hand, in terms of physical assaults to your body, it’s better than smoking and better than alcohol.” ( More on Time.com: The Marijuana Number That Was Too Good to Check )

As Dr. Elders also said on CNN, marijuana is nontoxic. You can fatally overdose on alcohol, heroin or cocaine, but the only way a dose of marijuana will kill you is if someone crushes you under a bale of it.

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