Nearly 85% of all companies rely on applicant tracking systems (ATS) to help pre-filter resumes. The systems work by scanning resumes for contextual keywords and key phrases, mathematically scoring them for relevance, and sending only the most qualified ones through for human review.


The easiest way to ensure your resume will be accepted by an ATS is to submit a resume that is both ATS-friendly and human-reader ready. The two are not mutually exclusive; however, ATS-friendly resumes are formatted much more simply, while human-reader resumes may contain graphic elements that make the document easier to read and more appealing to the reader.


We will make sure that you get the best of both worlds in writing an ATS resume. Our ultimate goal is to have the resume reviewed by a human, even an ATS-friendly resume that is readable — and attractive — to human eyes.



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