Ever submit your resume to a hundred companies only to get zero callbacks? Turns out, it likely had little to do with your qualifications and more to do with automated recruiting systems blocking your resume because of incompatible formatting or a lack of keyword stuffing.
There has never been a better time to launch a startup in Austin. The city’s reputation as one of the fastest-growing tech communities in the country continues to prove itself, attracting top talent, investors, companies and entrepreneurs ready to launch and eager to innovate.
Are you unhappy in your job? Do you job hop looking for that perfect fit? Do you find yourself thinking it’s them and not you? If you answered yes, then an assessment will be a HUGE help.
Five minutes ago, you applied for a job. You’re excited. What you don’t know is that your resume only has a 25% chance of actually getting in front of hiring managers.
There might not be a worse feeling than realizing that after hundreds of applications and dozens of interviews, you’ve been hired for the right job… with the wrong company filled with the wrong people! How did this happen?
Resumes suck to write. I know. The software that most companies use to filter them is ultra-shaky and might not be able to read information presented in a creative format. Blarge (you may need an urban dictionary for this one)!
The night before my interview, I reviewed _____ and _____ about the job, _____ at _____ , that I’m applying for. I also looked up a few important facts about the company: their _____, recent _____, and important______. I slept _____ hours, but this was/was not enough. On my way out the door, I almost forgot my ______!