Robots Read Your Resume

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Robots Read Your Resume

  1. 1. RobotsReadResumes
  2. 2. Orwhy it’s so hardto get a new job these days.
  3. 3. Not that long ago, we lived in a paper world
  4. 4. Not that long ago, we lived in a paper world and all hiring was done by paper.
  5. 5. Hiring managers would advertise…
  6. 6. Hiring managers would advertise… Candidates would apply…
  7. 7. Hiring managers would advertise… Candidates would apply… And companies would reply…
  8. 8. Hiring managers would advertise… Candidates would apply… And companies would reply… On Paper
  9. 9. Paper!
  10. 10. Then, companies had theresources to handle theall the paper.
  11. 11. And the system wasmanageablewith the helpof admin staff.And a good candidate had a good chance of at least getting an interview.
  12. 12. But now,all hiring is done digitally
  13. 13. But now, all hiring is done digitally.And companies don’t have the staff to handle all the applications.
  14. 14. But now, all hiring is done digitally.And companies don’t have the staff to handle all the applications. So, unbeknownst to most candidates…
  15. 15. Robots Read YourResume!
  16. 16. That is, before a person sees a resume,
  17. 17. That is, before a person sees a resume, most companies now use software
  18. 18. That is, before a person sees a resume, most companies now use software to filter out resumes of candidates
  19. 19. That is, before a person sees a resume, most companies now use software to filter out resumes of candidates who may not be suitable for the role.
  20. 20. And it’s easy to see why…
  21. 21. And it’s easy to see why… Average number of applicants per job* 118 *wsj.com, February 13, 2012
  22. 22. And it’s easy to see why… Average number of applicants per job* 118 Hours it would take a hiring manager to read them (spending 3 minutes 6 per resume) *wsj.com, February 13, 2012
  23. 23. Yet only… 35 % met the basic experience, education, and skills listed* *wsj.com, February 13, 2012
  24. 24. Yet only… 35 % met the basic experience, education, and skills listed*so… 90 % of large companies use software to filter resumes *wsj.com, February 13, 2012
  25. 25. But what does that mean for me?
  26. 26. Well…Out of 100 applications 100received… “How Robots Find Humans” WSJ, 12th January, 2012
  27. 27. Well…Out of 100 applications 100received, typically only 25are reviewed by a hiring 25manager… “How Robots Find Humans” WSJ, 12th January, 2012
  28. 28. Well…Out of 100 applications 100received, typically only 25are reviewed by a hiring 25manager – which lead to a 4-6single hire. 1 “How Robots Find Humans” WSJ, 12th January, 2012
  29. 29. So you need to figure out how to beat the robot…
  30. 30. …or you’ll never get through.
  31. 31. We think that stinks.
  32. 32. We think that stinks. And a good candidate should always be seen by the hiring manager!
  33. 33. So we’re building a channel to get youstraight to the decision-maker...
  34. 34. …and all you need to do isfill out a Career Pass atwww.maachu.com.There’s no resume involved– and it only takes minutes!
  35. 35. Then, we’ll ensure that you areseen by the hiring manager.
  36. 36. And theres no need to guesswhat the robot wants.
  37. 37. There is a better way. Join Maachu at www.maachu.com
  38. 38. Follow us on: Or tell us what you think. Join the disruption!
  39. 39. Real Jobs. No Robots.

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