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New Post 8/17/2017 12:06 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Resume Format 
Updating my resume format after years ... So, Does HR/Recruiters like to read a short summary or do you prefer Bullet Points ... what works best in that ATS, if anything ... many people never hear back from ? ... Thanks.
 
New Post 8/17/2017 5:27 PM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Resume Format 

Hi Nick,

I've been meaning to create a tag cloud of the latest buzz words. Reckon that will get the most hits.

Kimbo

 
New Post 8/17/2017 5:42 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: Resume Format 
Buzz Words - I've used them years ago and they found me for a couple of multi-year contracts ... Here is what I put at the bottom of an ATS Resume ... If I talked to them in person, I didn't put it there. KEYWORD SUMMARY Active Directory, Adoption, Agile, AS/400, Business Analysis, Business Requirements, Business Systems Analyst, Business Process Outsourcing, Call Center, Client-Facing, Collaborate, Commercial Off-The-Shelf, Communications, Compliance, Computer Technician, Cost-Efficient, Cross Platform, Customer Service, Data Warehouse, Database Administration, Development, Delivery, Deployment, DEVOPS, DNS, DHCP, Elicitation, Extraction, Extreme Programming, Transformation and Loading, Facilitation, Functional Requirements, Functional Specifications, GAP analysis, Globally Distributed Teams, Help Desk, H1B, High Level Design, Impact Analysis, Implementation, India, Individual contributor, Infosys, Instruction, Integration, iSeries, Joint Application Development, Leadership, Liaison, Matrix, Mentor, Microsoft Office, MS-DOS, MS-Windows, Off-Shore, Problem Solving, Process Improvement, Product Life Cycle, Project Management, Quality Assurance, Regulatory, Resource, Requirements, Traceability, Root Cause, Scrum, Service Programs, Sign-Off, Six Sigma, Software Development Life Cycle, Software Engineer, Stored Procedures, Systems Analysis, Systems Design, Tata, Team member, Technical Requirements, Triggers, Training, Transaction Processing, Translation, Troubleshooting, Use Cases, User Acceptance Testing, Virtual, Waterfall BA, BRD, BPO, BSA, CBAP, CLLE, CLP, COBOL, COTS, CRM, DB2/400, DBA, DBU, DDS, DEVOPS, DMAIC, ETL, FRS, FTP, GAP, HIPAA, HLD, ILE, JAD, JRP, OLTP, PLC, PMI, PMP, RAD, RPG, RPG-FREE, FREE Format, RPG-IV, RUP, SDLC, SQL, Subfiles, TRS, UAT, VB, VB.Net, 1st tier, 2nd tier, 3rd tier, XP, 7x24, 24x7
 
New Post 8/19/2017 1:09 AM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Resume Format 

Ha!  maybe I stole the idea off you back when I was a regular on these forums. I need to do add a tag cloud before I next start looking for a contract!

 
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