rican workers especially through more math and science training and education (also in my article) versus wasting all the political capital, time and expense on raising the minimum wage. Most objective resources prove that this is not a very efficient use of President Obama's time. That is probably one major reason why his popularity has fallen to an all-time low of 41% according to the most recent survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News!
Finally, anyone can cite statistics to support any claim. Therefore, the key is the source of those stats! There is no more objective and nonpartisan source than the CBO! This is contrasted by the sources you are quoting including the Daily Kos and The Huffington Post, which are NOT nonpartisan. Instead, both are very far left leaning and not objective publications.
We do not need to debate this anymore because I will not adopt your far left leaning assertions. Instead, we can agree to disagree.
In any case, I do appreciate your contributions.
blah. My first thought is , well h read a suggestion on th net and I would guess this same resume objective with a different company name went out to ten more companies so means nothing to me. If I see that he wants marketing but I have something else that marketing background is a plus, now. Have a question...he is specific about marketing only...maybe so. I might call I might not because I have seen too much phony baloney or perhaps just canned spam to be kind.
If I get the same resume with a cover letter that gives me an idea of his salary range why he is looking or a reason he is considering the geography and it has no objective on the resume I am ten times more likely to call him to find out if he will consider something that may not be 100% marketing.
Using the example I gave. It was an objective on a CV that we ended up taking off. Here is why. I asked, would you consider a group of six to 10? Yes. What about a group of four? Yes. What about a contracted group practicing in a hospital. Yes.
An objective is rarely the same to the person who writes it as it is to the person who reads it. So my take is, since you don't know what it will mean to the reader. Take it off. What my doc really meant was he dudn't want a two man shop and he dudn't want to work for a huge national chain and he dudn't want to work as an employee of a hospital and really anyplace in Florida on either coast would be a consideration. If he had given me that info in a cover letter we would have saved a lot of time and CV adjustment.…