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A robot reading your resume? 10 tips for vets to beat job screening software. By: Joshua Axelrod

If your resume doesn’t impress a computer, it might end up in the trash before a human ever sets eyes on it.

Companies spanning many industries are increasingly using computer screening tools and software, along with traditional human-resources specialists, to scan resumes and decide which candidates deserve interviews.

“I always tell my clients that you have to write your resume for three audiences,” said Chrissy Littledale, client services manager and transition specialist at Hire Heroes USA.
Those are: the computer program that may take the first look at your resume, the human-resources specialist who will review your resume and the hiring manager who will make the final decision on who gets the job, she said.

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