Tascha Hermann
1 min read
15 May

Gone are the days of flashy 💥💥💥 CVs resembling magazine ads!

Today's online hiring process often involves Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) that scan CVs for keywords... BUT... its far more than just that!!

To beat the "bots", here's what to AVOID to create an an ATS-friendly CV:

Fancy Formatting: Tables, text boxes, logos, images, and even fancy fonts can be misinterpreted by the ATS (crazy right????)

❌ Navigation Hurdles: Avoid adding info into headers and footers, and/or multiple columns. Use clear, conventional headings like "Experience" and "Skills" to help the ATS categorise/sort your information.

 Hyperlinks are a no-go. Include your contact details (phone number and email address) in plain text.

At this point you might be asking yourself: "How can I create a good-looking AND ATS-friendly CV without using any of the above...?"

That is where I come in 👋

Feel free to connect with me for an Obligation FREE consultation. 


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