An IT recruiter offers a template for a resume that can find its way to the top of the pile
When today’s job-seekers write a resume, it needs to appeal to two very different audiences: people and computers.
Of course, nothing is more important than a well-written, targeted resume that catches a recruiter’s eye. But with millions of people applying for jobs online, they must also have the key ingredient that attracts the attention of search engines.
Many people struggle with the problem of how many and what types of keywords to add to their resume. Too few, and it might get lost in a sea of data, but too many will irritate the person who may decide whether you get a job. There’s a fine balance here, and at Stafflink.ca, Tim Collins offers some practical advice on how to find it.
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Moving from the back office to the front lines: CIO insights from the Global C-suite Study
This report from IBM’s Institute for Business Value summarizes the results of more than 4,000 interviews with C-suite executives worldwide about the changing role of technology and the Chief Information Officer (CIO).