How the World Works
When you submit a resume to an employer, things happen that you may not be aware of - until now!
software extracts info from your resume and maps it to the employer’s
database, called an
Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
Using that info, the system
(such as this one)
automatically assigns you a score based
on how well you match the job the employer is trying to fill.
All candidates get ranked and sorted with only the top scoring candidate resumes
getting viewed and called for interviews.
It’s just like searching for something on Google. In the ATS,
your resume is like a website that may be all the way back on page 13 of the employer’s
search results. Don't be like the estimated 72% of resumes that NEVER get seen by human eyes.
Read more in this LifeHacker article.
What Resunate Does for You
Before Resunate there was no way to know how your resume was going to score in an employer ATS.
Now, using Resunate, you can figure out how your resume will score for every job, and use different
features to improve your score.
Simply by copy-pasting a job description, Resunate uses
advanced semantic matching technology
to assign your resume a score very similar to the one most employers use. You can edit, add or
remove stuff from your resume to
see your score update in real-time.
Resunate even has a one-click “Auto Focus” functionality that automatically picks the parts of
your resume that match the best against the job and arranges them into a resume that maximizes
your interview chances.
Does this Really Work?
In a recent study, we took the applicant pool of real employers and tested their resumes
before and after using Resunate. By simply using Resunate’s “Auto Focus” feature,
the resumes created with Resunate were 2X more likely to be called for an interview.
Resunate can double your interview chances!
Here is the
resume of a candidate from the blind study, applying for
a Quality Assurance Engineer position. The transformation literally took a few seconds.
The former got rejected, the latter got an interview.