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The only difference is that the software lacks the ability to experience
exclamation points. If you have the job requirements in hand and your
resume still can't get past a keyword scanner, some instrospection is
probably in order.
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From: "Robert Lauriston" <robert -at- lauriston -dot- com>
>I wouldn't characterize the relationship between resumes and screening
>software that way, but if you have all the qualifications and your
>resume doesn't make it past the filter, you aren't taking full
>advantage of your technical writing skills.
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