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A single resume error may prevent your resume from moving on.That is because 61 percent of recruiters will automatically dismiss a resume because it contains typos (Careerbuilder).A similar study found the review time to be 5 – 7 seconds (Be Hiring).Obviously six seconds only allows a recruiter to quickly scan (but not to read) a resume.
The use of an unprofessional email address will get a resume rejected 76 percent of the time (Be Hiring).Part of the reason for that high “not-qualified” rate is because when an individual is looking at a job opening, even though they report that they spend 10 minutes reviewing in detail each job which they thought was a “fit” for them, we now know that they spend an average of just 76 seconds (and as little as 50 seconds) reading and assessing a position description that they apply for (The Ladders).Most of that roughly 60-second job selection time reviewing the position description is actually spent reviewing the narrow introductory section of the description that only covers the job title, compensation, and location.As a professor and a corporate recruiting strategist, I can tell you that very few applicants truly understand the corporate recruiting process.
Most people looking for a job approach it with little factual knowledge. A superior approach is to instead analyze it carefully, because data can help you understand why so many applicants simply can’t land a job.Because many recruiters and hiring managers use Linked In profiles either to verify or to supplement resume information, those profiles also impact your chances.