How to Review a Resume in 30 Seconds [Infographic]

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Automated Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) do a fantastic job to help ensure a candidate’s resume meets your criteria for a job opening.

To make the hiring system work best, your human touch is vital.

But it can be challenging: with today’s robust talent pool, resumes for open positions can coming flooding in, and you may not have time to read every one thoroughly.

Beyond their qualifications for the job, many elements in a resume may be indications as to how well a candidate will perform as your employee.

In other words, reading between the lines could possibly tell you quite a lot.

Here are some tips from industry professionals on what to look for that can help you qualify candidates quickly and confidently:

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Lewis Lustman

Lewis Lustman is a content marketer who enjoys developing materials that engage, inform, challenge, and hopefully entertain my audience. Lewis is a former journalist for Los Angeles Magazine and the Los Angeles Times, and has worked for a number of leading advertising, marketing, technology, and PR firms over the years. Interested in a topic that he hasn't yet tackled? Drop him a line in the comments section!

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