First-time job seekers often assume that resumes, once submitted, are simply read and reviewed by hiring managers who respond with a thumbs up or thumbs down. But the actual process can involve some additional steps (especially in our digital age when some open positions attract hundreds of resumes in a single day).Instead of appearing in a reviewer’s inbox, resumes are sometimes transferred to a large database as soon as they’re received. This is a common practice among large corporations, but even small companies and start-ups are starting to organize their applications in this way.Once your resume disappears into the database, it may or may not be drawn out again and reviewed by human eyes. More and more, applications are scanned by applicant tracking systems that review resumes for particular keywords. If those keywords aren’t present, the resume automatically gets eliminated from the running.So what can you do to make sure your resume pops up and receives a fighting chance at a fair review? And what can you do to push your profile higher on a long list of search results? Here are a few moves that can help.