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Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 23, 2012
John Ciampi, President of Preptel, will guest star on the live ‘Get Hired Fast Track’ show, on April 25, 2012, at 6:00PM PDT to discuss computer analysis and optimization of resumes. ‘Get Hired Fast Track,’ broadcast weekly on Vokle, is hosted by Paul Hill (http://www.transitiontohired.com/about-paul/) job search expert and author of The Panic Free Job Search, Unleash The Power of the Web and Social Networking to Get Hired (htttp://http://www.PanicFreeJobSearch.com).The show focuses on helping job hunters get hired by investigating and reporting on new trends and technologies in job search.
“The biggest frustrations for job hunters who apply to jobs through online postings are the lack of interviews and the lack of follow-up by employers.” said Paul Hill the host of the show. In today’s automated employer world, the applicant’s resume must first get through a computer screen to be selected. The probability of being selected for an interview is very low if an applicant’s resume is not formatted properly and does not contain the right words. “Computers have a very specific way that they look at resumes,” said Jon Ciampi, the founder of California-based Preptel
“As a career and job search coach, an innovation that can be used to markedly increase the number of interviews for a job hunter is worth investigating.” Hill said. “Even though job hunters understand the importance today of using social media, and social networking, LinkedIn, facebook and twitter for example, most job seekers still fall back on applying to jobs online as their job search plan. Unfortunately “clicking and sending” a non-optimized resume on the Internet has a low probability of success.”
The ‘Get Hired Fast Track’ show on April 25 will address the following:
– How job hunters can optimize their resumes to get more interviews?
– How applying Resumeter analysis results to a resume can substantially increase the probability of getting an interview?
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By Tim Spagnola
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