I’m going to be very honest with you: It is easier to eliminate a resume than to bring a candidate in for an interview. Related:#1 Reason You Get Interviews But Not Offers This may be shocking news to process, but it’s the cold, hard reality of today’s workplace. Most organizations receive more than 100 candidates for entry-level jobs and almost as many for higher-level positions. This means your resume may receive less than two minutes of consideration. Here’s how the recruiting process works at most organizations:
- Post job description.
- Receive lots of resumes.
- Review resumes and pick top candidates.
- Schedule interviews with top candidates.
- Make hiring decision and extend offer to top candidate.