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"After all, they are just selling a product - you. As such, they shift
wheat and chaff by buzz words and key word searches on resumes."
I have direct experience of this, for my current role the job spec
recruiter they were very dismissive as I didn't seem to have any experience
I really wanted this job so persuaded him to submit my CV anyway, and to
his credit, when they offered me the role within minutes of the interview
ending he congratulated me on my persistence and apologised for his haste
in ruling me out.
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