Why Is Your Resume Not Getting Shortlisted For Job Interviews?


Discover The Secret To Getting Your Resume Shortlisted For Job Interviews

These 5 reasons prevent 97% of job seekers from finding a new job.

5 Reasons Why Your Resume Isn't Getting Shortlisted


You Have A Lot Of Competition

As seen in the image above, according to the global job portal - Glassdoor, for every good job there are approximately 250 resume applications and only 4 - 6 get shortlisted. This means that 6 / 250 = 2.4% of resumes get shortlisted for job interviews. 

What does this mean for you? Your resume has to be absolutely top-class to be in the top 2.4% of resumes. Is your current resume that good?


Your Resume Isn't ATS Optimized

All good companies use artificial intelligence called Applicant Tracking Systems to filter out over 75% of resumes. Based on keyword match, only 25% of resumes get filtered for the HR manager to make a further smaller shortlist for the job interview. 

What does this mean for you? You must have a very high keyword match in your resume for it to pass through an Applicant Tracking System's algorithms to get selected. 

Reason 3

Your Resume Is Too Long

Most job seekers cram their resume with as much information as possible in the hope of impressing the reader. This always works against them, since an HR manager will scan your resume in just 8 seconds to determine whether you're the right fit for the interview or not. 

What does this mean for you? You have to view your resume as your brief marketing brochure positioning you in the job market as unique, interesting and impressive.


Your Resume Isn't Exciting The Reader

Job seekers write detailed paragraphs in their resumes about their long list of activities and responsibilities. That's meaningless for the HR manager. What they want to see is - how can you benefit their organization if they hire you. They want to see your current and past achievements, not responsibilities.

What does this mean for you? Write your resume from the reader's perspective not yours. They do not want to know about you - they want to know, what you can do for them. That's a huge change in perspective. 


Your Resume Could Be Written Much Better

Resumes are read online on a computer by the reader - not printed and read. This makes a significant difference in the way you should write your resume. The font family, font size, section headers, formatting, colors, and content make a massive difference in getting shortlisted. 

You can have the best fit for the job, and the best and most relevant work experience. But if it does not reflect in the resume, you won't be shortlisted.

What does this mean for you? Learning to craft a top-notch world-class resume requires skill and practice. Invest that time to write a good resume so that you can find a new job.

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