So what is an applicant tracking system? It’s a type of software that creates candidate recommendation lists and auto ranks candidates based on their resumes. A lot of companies use some type of ATS (applicant tracking system) to help them streamline the hiring process.
You could be the most qualified candidate, but if you can’t portray that on your resume, you’ll never make it on to the next step. There are some tricks of the trade that will help you get your resume past the ATS and into the hands of your future employer for a job interview and your ideal job offer.
The good news is that most of the tips that help you pass an ATS will also help you impress a hiring official! Watch this video to learn:
• How to write a resume that will get you hired
• How to write an ATS friendly resume
• 4 easy steps to get your resume past applicant tracking systems.
00:00 – Intro
01:27 – What is an ATS?
02:25 – Step 1: Stick to a simple format
04:12 – Step 2: Optimize Your Keywords
06:15 – Step 3: Upload the Best File Format
06:55 – Step 4: Go Straight to a Person
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