Resume Writing for Applicant Tracking Systems: How To Write A Resume That Works With Resume Screening Software
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In my guide to writing resumes I discuss some of the changes in the job screening process and some of the basic software functions that are used to screen resumes and applications that could potentially eliminate you from being a candidate.
You can look up how to write a resume for free, but you’ll find endless opinions about how many steps it takes and what order to write it in. I do give you a quick step by step guide to writing a resume; very simple with some tips. But the focus of this book is on current resume reviewing practices and how to make your resume a powerhouse against screening software.
This book will provide you with the necessary knowledge to write a breathtaking resume. You can put it on your shelf and use it time and time again to write amazing resumes that will keep your career moving in the direction you want it to.
This book has insights into the employer’s perspective about sifting through all those piles of resumes to find the candidates they want. With so many resumes to sift through, employers will look for the smallest mistake as an excuse to discard your resume.
What this book offers that other Resume Writing books don’t:
•Employer’s perspective on the resume reviewing process
•The software used by employers to sort excessive applicants
•Technical knowledge of a Resume
•The fundamental elements of a Resume
•Minimize the time you need to spend writing your resume
The fact of the matter is: You could be the best suited for the position and never succeed simply because you simply haven’t promoted yourself. So you owe it to yourself to develop the best resume using the tools employers are using to find you.
Publication date:December 3, 2017
File size:1378 KB
Print length:23 pages