Many recruiters use Automated Tracking Systems to help them narrow down the initial pile of resumes they receive. This software analyzes each resume and gives it a score based on preset keywords.
Did you know that the average resume receives only six seconds of review time? So, how can you make yours stand out? Here’s some tips.
An employment gap is a significant amount of time during which you remained unemployed. How do you address these gaps in your resume?
You’re ready to start applying to new jobs, but you still need your resume. How do you start it? Here are some guidelines and reminders to help get your resume started.
You wrote your resume, you checked it, and you think you’re ready to send it. Great! But did you pay attention to these small, and often overlooked, details?
Spelling and grammar mistakes are among the most common mistakes that people make on their resumes.
Recruiters go through hundreds of resumes. When they all sound the same, it’s easy for them to become a blur.
Your resume is your first interaction with the employer if you want to land the job, you must make sure it stands out, and is relevant. But how to do that?