How to create a readable

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, Tim Collins offers some practical advice on how to find it.


Would you recommend this article?


Thanks for taking the time to let us know what you think of this article!
We'd love to hear your opinion about this or any other story you read in our publication.

Jim Love, Chief Content Officer, IT World Canada

Featured Download

Featured Articles

Empowering the hybrid workforce: how technology can build a better employee experience

Across the country, employees from organizations of all sizes expect flexibility...

What’s behind the best customer experience: How to make it real for your business

The best customer experience – the kind that builds businesses and...

Overcoming the obstacles to optimized operations

Network-driven optimization is a top priority for many Canadian business leaders...

Thriving amid Canada’s tech talent shortage

With today’s tight labour market, rising customer demands, fast-evolving cyber threats...

Staying protected and compliant in an evolving IT landscape

Canadian businesses have changed remarkably and quickly over the last few...

Related Tech News

Tech Jobs

Our experienced team of journalists and bloggers bring you engaging in-depth interviews, videos and content targeted to IT professionals and line-of-business executives.

Tech Companies Hiring Right Now