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Take out the objective section and fill that space on the page with something more useful, that could give recruiters reason to stop at your resume when going through thousands.
I am a detail-oriented quantitative problem solver seeking a position as a financial analyst in an environment that values quickly delivering client friendly and innovative solutions that are cost effective.
You should write the objective to make it sound like whatever job is being offered is your life's goal.
Beyond that, recruiters aren't looking for someone whose life goal is that job they get out of undergrad; they are looking for someone whose life goal is to become CEO and whose short term goal is to no longer be in that position.