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New Post 5/29/2013 12:27 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Be Sure To Use Key Words In Your Resume To Get Noticed By Computers 

 I received an email for a contract with this message:

"You are receiving this email because your resume is in our company database and has been matched up on key words by the system as a potential match"

When composing your resume, be sure to use Key Words for the position you are applying to ... or their computer system (ATS - Applicant Tracking System) will Never find you among all the other resumes.

I Try To Get The System To Find Me: 

When I enter my stuff into an On-Line system to apply for a contract, I add a Key-Word summary at the bottom of my resume, it has many Key Words that will show up on a applicant query.



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