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Tips to Make Your Resume More Searchable
When recruiters search our job database, they use specific keywords for each position they are trying to fill. So make sure that your resume has some keywords. Such as position titles, specific certifications, your location.
For example, when it comes to location first priority is for your current city, state and regional area on your resume.
Use the Right Position Titles
Some specific position titles are searched more often than others. For the best results, you should use the top titles throughout your resume/CV. Consider using a slash such to maximize results when recruiters start searching our job database.
Project Manager/Senior Project Lead .
If you are a PMP (Project Management Professional) then make sure you list your credentials both ways: "PMP andProject Management Professional " because an employer might search using either of those two keywords.
Include Your Skills
Make sure you are including all your skills on your resume to ensure your resume gets picked up by recruiters For example, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word individually
“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Your Resume/CV must be error free. First impression is often a lasting impression. Your resume is often your first and only chance to make a good first impression on a potential employer.
Your location is another way to boost search visibility. For higher search visibility you should add your location
Last and finally, Make sure your resume includes all the job requirements.