Look into highlighting career objectives, changing the layout and eliminating errors on your resume.
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The start of the year is a time of renewed conviction to improve professionally, and many workers change jobs within the first several months of a new year.
As you enter 2019, here are four things you can update on your resume to prepare for a possible career change this year.
1. Your career objective. I know. Implying that your resume has an “Objective” seems taboo per modern standards. However, even if you don’t write “Objective” on your resume, it needs a professional purpose. You need to determine if you are targeting more of the same or looking to change your role, responsibilities or industry.