If you are uncertain about the quality of your resume, you may be tempted to try resume analysis software.
Here’s what a human resume writer will do that software can’t:
- Check for context and flow. Is your resume building up a picture of you as an ideal candidate? You need a real person to decide what to emphasize and what to omit.
- Detect whether your resume contains information that will stand up to interview pressures. You need a real person to help you prevent overselling—and underselling.
- Provide strongly worded, keyword-rich accomplishments. Any software program can count up keywords but you do not win interviews because your keyword list is the longest. You win interviews because your accomplishments make you stand out from the competition.
No matter how sophisticated resume analysis software may be, it is limited because it doesn’t interact with you. It doesn’t ask about accomplishments you might have overlooked; it can’t recommend adding detail on a job that will wow hiring managers; and it doesn’t have up-to-the-minute contacts in the world of recruitment and management so that your resume meets their expectations.
Human resume writers are simply better. That’s why savvy job hunters turn to Robin’s Resumes®.