The New Science Of Resumes--And Why Yours Sinks To The Bottom Of The Pile

The New Science Of Resumes--And Why Yours Sinks To The Bottom Of The Pile

www.fastcompany.com
Keywords, social resumes, applicant tracking systems, and LinkedIn are all relatively new additions to the vocabulary associated with job searching. These systems affect the way your resume is read, interpreted, and shared. For employers looking to hire, these systems make it easier to find the right candidates. The successful job...
The New Science Of Resumes--And Why Yours Sinks To The Bottom Of The Pile
                                       

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