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Meet the Robots Reading Your Resume
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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.