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Why AI Is Reading Your Resume and What Can You Do About It

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The human recruiting process has a long timeframe and high complexity, but can simplified into four key words: searching, screening, interviewing and hiring. Today's large global labour force and convenient online application systems however have put a stain on the screening part of the recruiting process. An average of 250 resumes are received for each corporate job opening -- a number that continues increasing -- and it takes an experienced recruiter about five minutes to review each resume. Moreover, in spite of the time-consuming resume reviewing process, hiring remains plagued by randomness and uncertainty often due to unconscious human subjectivity and biases. Many companies around the world are asking the same question: How to objectively and efficiently identify the best candidates from a huge pile of resumes?


Why AI Is Reading Your Resume and What Can You Do About It

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The human recruiting process has a long timeframe and high complexity, but can simplified into four key words: searching, screening, interviewing and hiring. Today's large global labour force and convenient online application systems however have put a stain on the screening part of the recruiting process. An average of 250 resumes are received for each corporate job opening -- a number that continues increasing -- and it takes an experienced recruiter about five minutes to review each resume. Moreover, in spite of the time-consuming resume reviewing process, hiring remains plagued by randomness and uncertainty often due to unconscious human subjectivity and biases. Many companies around the world are asking the same question: How to objectively and efficiently identify the best candidates from a huge pile of resumes?


A Glimpse Into The Future Of Recruiting

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Significant Role of AI in Changing and Improving the Job Search and Recruitment Process

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The explosion of AI in terms of use is already taking place in every aspect of individuals' lives. AI has effectively become a crucial part of hiring and recruiting processes. A significant AI and automation in HR innovation pointed toward diminishing and eliminating tedious and time-consuming activities like screening, resume manually. Organizations progressively use this tech to confiscate unconscious bias from recruiting and hiring choices to attract candidates and envisage whether they fit for the position and association. As AI and automation in HR are trained and prepared on information gathered about past or comparative applicants, it can expurgate the effort recruiters need to spend to make a recruit.


AI and your resume: How to beat the bots

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Nearly all Fortune 500 companies – more than 98 percent – plus an increasing number of smaller businesses filter resumes using an applicant tracking system before they ever make it to a human hiring manager, according to a 2018 analysis of job listings by resume optimization service Jobscan. "And it's only a matter of time before AI-enabled tools become even more prevalent," says Lisa Rangel, former recruiter and managing director of Chameleon Resumes. "Many larger companies are already using AI-candidate screening tools that focus on the whole candidate and not just a resume. As these tools become more mainstream and affordable, they will become more widely used." AI is infiltrating many processes related to recruiting and hiring, according to Al Smith, CTO with talent acquisition software provider iCIMS.