Dec 18 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks for the post Michael. Keywords are screened electronically and the important keywords that should be included in tweets, just as in resumes, can be found in business content and job descriptions. However, it can be a mind-numbing task determining which words in the content are considered “keywords”.
Good news… there’s a website that can help jobseekers through the tiresome keyword process. Check out jobminx.com. The site allows you to upload your resume and compare it to a specific job description. Then jobminx.com will list the job description keywords for you. All you need to do is edit your resume to include the keywords that are relevant to your experience. Complete the four step process and you’ll have a customized resume for any job description.
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