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We have all applied for a job online at least once. We have all wondered why we didn’t land the interview – especially when we were convinced of being the perfect match!
Companies and hiring managers are turning more than ever to resume screening software, because of the OVERWHELMING number of job applications they receive.
In Singapore, a job vacancy published online will receive on average 170 applications!
It is critical to know how these systems (called Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)) work, so you can make your resume more relevant to the position you’re applying for, stand out among your competitors – and land the interview.
That’s what you want, right? Land the interview? Turn your resume into a tool that delivers results?
Here is a brief overview of how the software screens your resume and what how you can optimise your resume (external source)
How to “Hack” the Automated Resume Screeners?
First of all, don’t just focus on the keywords that are in the job description.
Sophisticated resume screeners have gone a way beyond just keywords to look for semantic matches—related terms (e.g., not just CPA, but also accounting, audits, SEC, financial statements, etc.)
That is how sites like Monster.com and others use technology to help employers find the best candidates.
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