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Don’t let robot gatekeepers block your résumé

When I was a student, back in the days before the internet, guidance counselors and journalism teachers regularly coached me about the importance of creating a résumé that would stand out from the pack.

Much of that advice would not only be useless today but might even reduce the likelihood of finding a job.

Hiring has gone digital. Whenever you submit your résumé to any company with more than about 50 people, it’s almost certain to go into an ATS (applicant tracking system)—a category of software that is expected to constitute a $3.4 billion market in 2026, according to Verified Market Research.

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Source:: Computerworld