Matching Your Resume with The Job Ad Part 1

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Secret Trick to Get a Job Interview With Your Online Resume!

According to a seasoned source at the State Employment Agency, there is a secret little insider's trick that has proven to be remarkable in helping applicants obtain job interviews with online applications. Many employers have computer programs and search engines that scan online resumes looking for key words and sentences that are in the job description and job requirements. This special process will bring your resume to the TOP of the employer's pile, thus ensuring a phone call for a job interview as long as your resume shows you are job qualified. This video will take you step-by-step through the process of preparing your resume with this secret tip for your online job search. Once you have completed this free "how-to" process and have applied it, you can begin your online job search. The benefit of being one of the first applicants interviewed for any job opportunity is that your chances of getting hired before someone else increases tenfold. You could be hired on the spot before they see any other applicants and be employed by the end of your interview. This method will work for full time job search engines the same as for part time job search engines. This is only Step #3 out of 5. One of the steps includes free training resources, free GED classes and testing, and financial help for health cards, etc. Another step includes reasons why someone does NOT get hired as well as the not-so-obvious reasons why someone could get fired. Several little unthinking tips are scattered throughout this very helpful video.

How To Write A Really Good Resume in 2018 - Sample Resume Template

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Keyword Match your Resume

How to keyword match your resume to a job description to get better ranking in an Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

Ever wonder why you're not getting called in for interviews when you submit your resume - especially for jobs that seem like a perfect fit?

Maybe you're not connecting the dots for the person on the other end...and wrongly hoping they are!

Here's an example...

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