Stuck on a career path that no longer works for you? Here are 3 steps you can take today to pivot into a new career
Staying in a company for 5 to 10 years is a significant accomplishment, especially for millennials. Well, it's pretty normal to get bored especially if you are doing the same thing every day.
According to a recent Gallup.com poll, 60% of millennials would contemplate leaving their jobs if they feel that they are not involved at work— furthermore, just half intend to be with a similar organization in 12 months.
To streamline the hiring process, many companies rely upon systems to scan, qualify and organize the sometimes thousands of applications and resumes they receive for their vacant positions. These systems are known as applicant tracking systems or ATS for short. While ATS systems are a gem for an employer’s human resources department, they can pose difficulties for individual applicants who simply want to get their foot in the door. So, how do you beat the bots? Here are the top three things you should know about the ATS.
Considering that a recruiter may get dozens, if not hundreds, of resumes for a single job opening, there is little time to carefully dig through each individual resume to see if a candidate has the 'special something' the employer is seeking. So what do you need to do to stand out in the crowd?
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