Are you looking for a job and in the mood to feel extremely disheartened? Then head to LinkedIn, find a job listing you’re qualified for, and check how many applicants have already sent off their résumés.
We’re guessing the number you’re staring at is in the hundreds or even the thousands. If you’re a perennial optimist, you may be thinking “Well, someone has to get the job. Why not me?” More the skeptical type? Your mood is probably a lot less positive.
Either way, competition is fierce these days, and your experience, education, and qualifications are often not enough to even get you a phone screen with HR. This isn’t because you’re a fraud or a useless worker, but because companies are using software to filter out applications from their overstuffed inboxes.
Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) comb through thousands of résumés and ditch the ones that don’t appear to fit the bill. They save prospective employers from having to physically read all of the applications they receive, meaning you could get the chop just because your résumé doesn’t contain a keyword the employer punched into their ATS.
So you know what? It’s time to game the system. This is where Rezi comes in. Rezi works by taking the information on your résumé and optimizing it for ATS. This will increase your chances of getting past the digital gatekeeper and in front of an actual human, where your sparkling personality and extensive experience are sure to land you the gig.
Rezi will also optimize your résumé for different applications, meaning the days of applying to a flood of no-reply postings on Indeed with the same résumé are over. The software is intuitive and stress-free — the exact opposite of job hunting — and every piece of information you enter is given a score, so you’ll get instant feedback on your résumé.
If you want 2020 to be the year you land your dream job, don’t let an Applicant Tracking System stop it from happening.