If you're in the field of Marketing or trying to get into it, you'll need a resume that uses good marketing techniques. First and foremost: You need to make the objective of your resume known. There are a few ways to do that. Here are three:
- Write a job objective statement at the top of page one.
- Instead of a job objective statement, place your professional title at the top of page one.
- Start the first line of your Summary section with a phrase that makes it clear what expertise you have to offer.
For help figuring out which is best for your job search, read Your Resume Job Objective.
If you decide having a job objective statement is the right way to go, browse the following sample job objective statements written by real Marketing professionals. They're bound to give you some good ideas for how to write your own.
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Marketing Job Objective Statements
Below are 13 examples of job objective statements for Marketing professionals. They were taken from this site's group of Marketing Resume Samples.
Job Objective: A position in Marketing / Sales with L.L. Bean sporting goods
Objective: Account Manager
Job Objective: PR/Communications Specialist or Event Planner
Objective: Marketing or Marketing Management Position
Objective: A position working with California vintners, focusing on program coordination and national / international promotions
Career Objective: A position in Marketing & Product Management
with a focus on Project Coordination and Team Leadership
Objective: A Management position in Marketing Communications
Objective: A Product Management position at EastWest Finance
Job Objective: Vice President, Marketing
Job Objective: VP of Sales & Marketing or VP of Sales & Operations for a high-tech company
Objective: Director of Marketing for a Civil Engineering firm
Objective: An Executive position in Account Management focusing on Integrated Direct Marketing and Analysis
Job Objective: VP or Director of Product Management in the publishing/information industry