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A good Resume speaks volumes for you, or does it not? 

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Regardless of how fast tech grows and digitizes itself, resumes are still the order of the day. A sound resume that gets you into a door when nothing else can in many circumstances. But, when you think about giant organizations in tech, does a one-page resume really matter? To put it simply, yes, it does. Because of ATS. 

Today companies use ATS to learn about you. What's ATS?  

An Applicant tracking system is software used by companies that manage their entire hiring process. It helps them to accelerate candidate management and significantly reduce time-to-fill.  According to Capterra, 75% of large companies use an applicant tracking system (ATS) to screen resumes automatically for keywords.  

Now that that's cleared, here are a few other factors that make it essential:  

It is your first point of contact with the recruiter   

It highlights your accomplishments   

It helps determine your eligibility and qualifications   

It sets the tone for future interactions   

  

Let's dive into two primary types of resumes:  

Chronological order resumes   

In order of time, but reverse. This resume starts with your current or latest job and takes the viewer down memory lane, up until your graduation or even high school graduation.   

Custom resumes   

A custom resume highlights and gives more importance to relevant education and experience. If you are someone with a lot of exceptional expertise in a specialized industry, this would be your best choice.   

Does the kind of resume you choose matter?   

Yes, it does. A chronological order resume works best if you are experienced, and as a fresher; highlighting other aspects of your resumes would be smart. Depending on where you are in life and what you want the recruiter to focus on, you can pick a resume accordingly. Using a good resume building tool like the one provided by impacteers.club will be beneficial too. 

Why do you need a resume at all?   

When recruiters are going through many resumes, just a glance at your resume must make them pause and give it a thorough read. According to Motley Fool – A good 40% of hiring managers spend less than a minute reviewing a resume.  

 

And for this very reason, you need not just create a resume but also make it outstanding. A great resume must:   

 Outline your relevant skills and experience   

️ Display the benefits you offer employers   

 Grab the attention of employers   

 Lead you to an interview   

  

Must do's when creating a resume:  

 Use professional fonts   

 Keep it informative yet precise   

 Use active language like “Finished project…” instead of “I finished project…”   

 Proofread, proofread, and proofread!  

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