If you're applying for a position at a larger firm, your resume will likely be among hundreds — or even thousands — that recruiters receive, and if you don't use the right keywords and formatting rules, you'll risk the chance of never crossing a recruiter's radar.
"The fact is, the job search is competitive and you need every advantage you can get," says Rick Gillis , author of the book "Job!: Learn How to Find Your Next Job In 1 Day."
"A nd you want that consideration, you want the dialogue that comes from somebody calling you."
In the interview below, Gillis explains " the white-out trick" that job-seekers use to game the filtering system, the difference between resume and online application filtering softwares and other keyword strategies job-seekers should know.
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