The downside of so many employers using applicant tracking systems?
Many great job candidates are rejected sight unseen because they didn’t include strategic resume keywords…
We can all agree that high-tech gadgets have given us big improvements in our daily lives.
But did you know that these same improvements and innovations can potentially hurt your chances at landing an interview?
Robot recruiters are searching for you!
Sounds like the beginning of a good Sci-Fi novel, doesn’t it? But this isn’t science fiction; it’s the job market today… right now…
Applicant tracking systems (ATS) and job boards alike utilize keyword-driven search functionalities to evaluate resumes and assess a candidate’s potential fit.
While you can’t always control job titles, you can determine how you are depicted on paper. Just as important, you can impact how your resume will be received by technology that depends on keywords.
In today’s ultra-competitive job market, using the right resume keywords to identify yourself is more important than you know.
And in the crowded world of online job applications, your skill set matters above all…
Employers are increasingly using the power of recruiting robots. Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are now a major factor job seekers face before getting hired.
So what are these recruiting robots looking for on your resume?