"Think of your resume as a marketing document whose content has been carefully curated based on your job goals," says Augustine, "rather than a record of your work history and education."
This will help get through the applicant tracking systems that some employers use. These systems sort through resumes and highlight top candidates by searching for keywords related to the position being applied for.
In order to get through the system and have your resume seen by human eyes, make sure to tailor your resume for each application by focusing on direct qualifications that are relevant to the role you are applying for.
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