Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
Resume submission to online job postings or through email are still favourite tactics for job seekers and the biggest challenge for the unemployed or for those seeking career advancement is how to optimize their resume in order to be chosen by the employers computer systems called Applicant Tracking Systems or ATS for short that filter resumes said Paul Hill author of The Panic Free Job Search: Unleash the Power of the Web and Social Networking to Get Hired. Even though job hunters are being introduced to the importance of creating a professional image online and the power of LinkedIn, facebook, and twitter for job search, many still rely on using online applications by submitting a resume as their main job hunting tactic. With research showing 75% of resumes are rejected for using the wrong words, 20% for incompatible formatting and only 1% of total applicants are getting interviews, obviously applicants need to improve their resumes in order to avoid lengthy job searches. said Hill.
New technology from a California company that substantially increases the probability of an applicants resume will be chosen for an interview will be introduced at the Get Hired Fast Track Meetup Toronto. The Californian-based companys computer analysis output, applied to optimizing resumes resulted in 82% more interviews for applicants and 61% got offers.
The Get Hired Fast Track presentation on April 26 will provide answers to: