GUIDANCE FOR GOOD RESUME WRITING

GUIDANCE FOR GOOD RESUME WRITING
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Aug 11, 2022

GUIDANCE FOR GOOD RESUME WRITING

The following content will guide you in writing a good resume by overcoming the unknown complications that a resume undergoes in different levels in an interview such as the role of
Artificial Intelligence as ATS (Artificial Tracking Software), how to detail your values by making it something attractive beyond basics, etc.

 

PURPOSE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:

As most of us know, artificial intelligence is the the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. In the same way, employers and recruiters also started using AI in business setting. The most common AI software used in this realm is the ATS (Artificial Tracking Software). This software is specially designed and used to scan giant stack of virtual resumes to identify candidates meeting specific criteria by using algorithms and proprietary codes. After the AI identifies candidates who might fit those criteria, the computer reduces the enormous stack to a smaller, more manageable amount. The hiring supervisors are only then given access to these applications. AI is used in large scale with hundreds of different ATS in operation, more than 75% of recruiters and employers use ATS, as AI saves countless hours of work. But this is where many executives get stuck with their resumes as they do not know how to deal with such kinds of complications. If their resume do not clear such tests it has no possibilities to reach the next level.

 

MAKE YOUR RESUME CATCH THE EYE:

 

  • COMMUNICATE AS PER REQUIREMENT:

Before preparing your resume for ATS, a good resume writing must try to convey your value to the employer by bridging the gap between your experience and how you plan to help solve the company’s biggest needs. You've undoubtedly already heard that your resume should contain specific figures and percentages. These figures must demonstrate a track record of adding value to your previous business. A potential employer will have more faith in you if you include these hard data points to back up your prior experience because you have already achieved success and can do the same for them. Add key value-based metrics, such as

  • Revenue generated
  • Time saved
  • Customer satisfaction or retention changes
  • Improved operational efficiency
  • COMMUNICATE YOUR VALUE:

By thinking on your previous role, just find out your rewarding accomplishments and also prioritize your biggest wins. Also think back your employer’s problem and demands in the past role and how did you plan to help out with the required result. This will help you to identify your own value that can be put forward on the table. The most efficient and effective way, CAR (Challenges, Action, Result) and SAR (Situation, Action, Result) patterns can be used in building the best resume. These explanations assist clarify the challenges you had in your former position, the actions you took to overcome them, and the outcomes. You may express a difficulty, the action you took, and the outcome in just one statement. These are fantastic ways for you to convey your value to a potential employer in a few succinct phrases. Additionally, it pays to be brief and memorable because it is well known that recruiters only give resumes a five to seven second glance. This is what that has to be communicated by also mapping your great victory.

  • CONVEY YOUR STORY EFFECTIVELY:

A common mistake people do while conveying their story is they fail to convey effectively that their value does not reach the recruiters as expected. It is just explaining your performance and how you succeeded by acquiring skills and tools and to repeat the same in the present. In the process of doing this, start with CAR stories, in which ‘C’ will identify the challenges faced in the previous role, followed by the actions that were taken to face those challenges and finally the results that came from attempting to resolve those issues.

 

YOUR VALUE BEYOND BASICS:

You'll be one step ahead of the competition if you dig deeper and learn how to deal with ATS and properly express your value to both actual people and AI programmes. You can reach us at d@cvdesigner.in or give us a call at 0091 844 844 8780

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