The resume’s purpose is to get you an interview. Recruiters will tell you that employers usually spend about thirty seconds on most resumes while thinning the stack. Therefore, it is critical to make your resume stand out. Use these tips to ensure your resume gets where it needs to go, optimizing your chances of getting an interview.
Today, large employers use applicant tracking software (ATS) programs for initial applicant screenings. ATS allows employers and recruiters to screen, rank, and filter resumes/CVs, making it useful for finding matches between openings and applicants. Employers use ATS programs to maintain a database of applicant and job information. Here are some tips to make sure your resume isn’t blocked by an ATS:
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