Meet the Robots Reading Your Resume
These days, the first set of eyes on your resume may not actually be eyes.
Especially at larger companies, recruiters and hiring managers often use applicant tracking systems to do a first pass at resumes, using keywords and algorithms to find applicants who seem to be a fit for the open position.
We know, we know: You're so much more than those words on a page. But here's some good news: With a few tweaks to your resume , you can make sure the system sees you for the awesome candidate you are. Check out this infographic to learn more.
Infographic courtesy of HireRight .
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