Meet the Robots Reading Your Resume




It’s important to stand out with an impressive resume, but who, or what, should you be trying to impress?

Most big companies use applicant tracking system (ATS) software to sift through online resume submissions. It’s mainly used as an initial screening tool to analyze titles, dates and descriptions from resumes to evaluate a candidate’s depth of experience (or rather, to see whether it’s fit for human eyes).

Our friends at HireRight put together a handy infographic about what you should be doing — and, more importantly, what you should definitely not be doing — to make your resume as robot-friendly as possible Read more…

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