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Updated 05/31/2017

   You covered the Job Description and all
   keywords in your Resume. You looked at
   their reports and used that. You felt you
   should at least get a screening call and
   yet the phone does not ring.
   Let's look at what Employers are looking
   at in the Resume as about every two to 
   five years they change their mind again.

   Gone in 30 Seconds: How to Review a Resume  |  TheBalance, Susan M Heathfield                      05/30/2017
    The work of resume review starts well before the applicant resumes fill your inbox. Reviewing
    a resume starts with a job description or role profile so that you know broadly what the job
    entails. Part of the job description, in an effective job description, details the qualifications
    and experience of the candidate you seek to fill the job.
Using the key qualifications and experience you identified for the role, develop your online
    and offline job postings, post them on your recruiting website, and make them available to
    contacts and employees for referrals.