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😲 Unusually good reasons to use a Smart Resume Builder : CAREER

The many benefits of an intelligent resume builder and how you can save time, sweat and blood.

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This is a guest post by Max Woolf.

Say hello to Olivia. She is a human resources manager looking for outstanding people.

Next to her is a battered PC and a pile of 250+ CVs (That's what attracts a job vacancy for companies on average.)

Every vacancy in a company attracts 250 applications

Finally she takes yours.

A look here, a look there and in the Resume black hole Garbage your CV goes.

Arrrgh.

But why?!

In short, it did not look professional and was hard to read. This made Olivia go with another candidate.

Do not stress.

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3 Benefits of Using an Online Resume Builder

1) Save time to make your resume look great

Here's the thing:

Finding a job is a race against the clock. The faster you find your dream job, the better your life will be.

Problem?

Most people do not know how to make a resume solo. You have to spend every ounce of your energy on research:

  • Which sections should be included in a CV?
  • How long should a resume take?
  • How do I choose the right font and what font size is best for a resume?
  • Should you save your resume as a Word document or PDF?

But-

When you take advantage of a resume builder, you do not have to worry about it.

By default, most builders come with professional templates, fonts, recommended resumes, and more.

This will save hours of research time and allow you to focus on the critical part of your resume right from the start – the content.

2) Apply for more jobs

Did you know that a whopping 75% of recruiters use an applicant tracking system (ATS) to screen bad candidates on the autopilot?

What is a ATS, exactly?

It's a special software that checks resumes for keywords and compares them with the job ad before your resume reaches the human eye.

In order to-

If you do not tailor your CV to every job advertisement, your employment opportunities will fall off the beaten track.

Problem?

If you use MS Word templates, they are almost always used break if you try to edit or change them.

Do you need to add more skills and maintain formatting? You are doomed to failure.

On the other hand, one of the benefits of Resume Builders is that they are designed For this work.

Just cast the skills or certifications you need for a particular role. The rest is done by intelligent formatting algorithms.

As an added benefit, most builders get an easy-to-use resume dashboard (+ Preview) all in one place for easy navigation between different versions of the resume.

3) Simple converter between resume file formats

Nightmare scenario:

You'll find a tempting job offer with superior wages and more benefits than Fortune 100 companies can offer.

You spend an hour Customize your resume to make sure it fits into the job description like a plug into a power outlet.

But-

Before you click on "Submit application" you will notice a line in the job description.

It says: "Please submit your application in DOC format."

Problem?

You have created your CV with the intention of sending it as a PDF (not .doc), so you did not pay much attention to what Word looked like.

As a result, you had to waste another hour to reshape your resume (to make sure it does not look conspicuous), with which you could otherwise apply for 1-2 additional jobs.

Argh.

The good news?

An intelligent resume builder can save your resume in any file format within seconds and give you the assurance that the layout will not be distorted.

In addition, you can choose a format within the builder without having to google a legitimate converter online that may not steal your data. You can then save the document using the recommended procedure for the name of the resume file.

There you have it.

The amazing three benefits of using a resume builder in 2019.

Question of the article

Have you ever used a Resume Builder? If not, why not? If so, what frustrated you most? Tell us in the comments.

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Max Woolf

Max Woolf is a career expert Zety, His passion is to help people achieve their dream jobs through professional coverage in the careers industry. In his spare time Max likes to cycle and travel to European countries. You can Hit him on LinkedIn,

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