Robotic CV Compiler; Now Fixing Resume Is A Toddler’s Task
They say an iron sharpens iron and we won’t disagree
When companies can use automated software to identify the right candidates to recruit, why can’t the candidates use a robot to build their resume? Since a bot would understand another bot better than a human. It would be a sensible option to let a robot build your resume.
To your utter surprise, we have such a device waiting for you. The CV Compiler is an exclusive robot, built by Andrew Stetsenko and Alexandra Dosii. The device that uses machine learning to analyze and fix one’s resume. The software is built to identify the mistakes that can convince a recruiter to direct a resume to trash. Using its machine intelligence, the software then repairs the mistakes while making the resume outshine.
How many times have you applied for a position and waited for ages for the phone to ring? Many times, even with the most appealing resume, candidates do not make it to the interview phase. Why? Because in most cases, it’s not a human recruiter filtering the resumes.
CV Compiler Knows What Should Go On Your CV:
The automated technology software as used by several medium and giant sized enterprises selects and rejects candidates based on certain keywords mentioned in their resume. No matter how good your CV is, if it doesn’t contain the keyword based on which the sifting is done, you’re out!
CV Compiler knows what keywords need to be a part of your resume. With its assistance, Google, Apple, and Facebook are to come running after you.
Who built this masterpiece?
The founders of CV Compiler are experts in Marketing and Human Resources with a shared experience of 15 years in improving recruitment methods. Further more, Dosii has been a part of several marketing companies before he founded CV Compiler whereas, Stetsenko founded Relocate.me and GlossaryTech.
GlossaryTech is a Chrome extension that assists users in comprehending technical terms. Besides, It’s the very tool that laid the foundation of CV Compiler. A lot of GlossaryTech’s natural language processing and keyword taxonomy has been transferred to CV Compiler making it intelligent enough to produce human-derived results.
Here’s An Overview Of The Problem, That CV Compiler Is Built To Solve, In Stetsenko’s Words :
“We found that many job applications were being rejected without even an interview, because of the resumes. Apparently, 10 seconds is long enough for a recruiter to eliminate many candidates.” He further states, “there are lots of online resume analysis tools, but these services are too generic, meaning they can be used by multiple professionals and the results are poor and very general. After the feedback is received, users are often forced to buy some extra services.”
Considering the problem that prevails in the domain of recruitment and selection, CV Compiler has been created and made available for use.
Hence, the next time you come across a great vacancy, don’t forget to get your CV checked by the ROBOT! And if not, then here are the tips to keep the graphic designer happy for a good CV design.