Answered by Heather, Hiring Expert at The Hershey Company, on Thursday, July 16, 2015
It's more about the content vs. the label, but if you are going for more of an edgy role or company you can get creative. I like more of the summary approach at the begining of a resume. Something that sums you up or makes you unique in a few short sentences that isn't in your body of your resume.
For example the first two sentences on my LinkedIN profile:
I love Talent Acquisition! From organizing, posting the job to the place that has the best ROI, being creative, networking, finding the perfect hire, phone interviewing & processes.
Not saying this is perfect, but it brings some insights into who I am & feel that will help you stand out over other applicants.
I feel a resume is so important & you really need to take the time to make it great. Good Luck!