The first aspect of the right career objective is that it should be in line with the job that you have applied for. For example, if you have applied for a job in an IT company, you should make sure that your career objectives reflect that you have taken academic degrees and have always wanted to pursue a career in the IT field. In the same manner, if you are trying to pursue marketing or even a creative field, you should make sure that your career objective summary reflects the same.
“To build a long-term career in ‘your profession’ with opportunities for career growth”
"As a elementary teacher with over 12 years experience in a variety of roles, I'm at the point in my career where I would like to take on greater responsibility and make a fuller contribution to the education of our young children. I'm very interested in the vacancy you have because it allows me to meet both these objectives and work in a school that enjoys an excellent reputation among parents in this area. Already I have raised the GPA from 2 to 3 in my current class and enjoyed similar successes in my previous roles, details of which are below."