2 Areas of Optimization
(for the resume screening software robots)
Over 90% of Fortune 500 companies use Applicant Tracking Systems or ATS to manage high volumes of job applications. These systems scan the text of resumes to identify keywords that best match the job description. Without the right keywords, your resume won't make it through the screener, even though you may be qualified for the position. Using free tools I'll teach you how to optimize your resume's keywords for the screening software to get you noticed.
(for the human recruiter looking at your resume)
Recruiters spend seconds, not minutes, skimming a resume before making their fit/no-fit decision. Therefore, prioritizing your experience and qualifications in the right graphical layout is critical. Using eye-tracking research performed by Digital Insight Group on various resumes I'll show you how design elements and layouts impact where the eye is drawn. I'll show you how to use this analysis to position your ATS keywords in visual hotspots that quickly get a recruiters attention.
Actual resume eye-tracking data.
1 call with your resume specialist to go over your resume. We'll discuss your resume and go over your answers to the questionnaire you'll fill out when signing up.
Our guarantee is that if you don't get an interview from at least one of these resumes, we'll work with you on another 5 resumes and job listings for no additional charge.