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    Please, could you tell me if the following is grammatically correct?


    Objective:
    Working efficiently to apply skills and knowledge acquired throughout educational practical experience in challenging job to benefit my employer and in return gain job satisfactions by utilizing my communication and problem solving skills.

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    Re: objective

    Teachers, please I need it urgently.

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    Re: objective

    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    Please, could you tell me if the following is grammatically correct?


    Objective:
    Working efficiently to apply skills and knowledge acquired throughout educational practical experience in challenging job to benefit my employer and in return gain job satisfactions by utilizing my communication and problem solving skills.
    No, it isn't, because you haven't written it to be. You've written is as a dot point, omitting articles etc. That is fine in the right place, but you are asking if it's grammatical.

    Here is a correct sentence:
    My objective is to work efficiently to apply the skills and knowledge that I have acquired throughout my education and practical experience. I hope to do this in a challenging job and to benefit my employer and, in return, to gain job satisfaction by utilizing my communication and problem solving skills.

    Here is a correct dot point:
    Working efficiently to apply skills and knowledge acquired throughout my education and practical experience in a challenging job; to benefit my employer and in return to gain job satisfaction by utilizing my communication and problem solving skills.

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    Re: objective

    Thank you very much Raymott.

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    Re: objective

    Thanks you very much

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    Re: objective

    "Dot point" is a new one on me; here (UK) we say 'bullet point' (which some people decry as 'an Americanism'). But there's no other word for it - it's just that the use of bullet points was associated with US management practice. Thanks Raymott.

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    Re: objective

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    "Dot point" is a new one on me; here (UK) we say 'bullet point' (which some people decry as 'an Americanism'). But there's no other word for it - it's just that the use of bullet points was associated with US management practice. Thanks Raymott.

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    Well "dot point" may be a regionalism - or even an idiosyncratic usage by my former university tutors. But, as you say, you have to call it something.

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