In 2016, large companies often shuttle resume submissions directly into an Applicant Tracking System. Confused? This is a databases that allow employers to conduct targeted keyword searches to identify the best matches and ignore the rest. Sometimes even the keywords used in these searches are automated. Your resume will need to survive the Applicant Tracking […]
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