This infographic from the Wall Street Journal shows us exactly what happens after your résumé is submitted the old-school way (through a job board, the organisation’s career site, etc.) And the picture isn’t pretty…
- Just 1 in 10 job seekers complete the application process correctly
- Only 25% of the 100 resumes considered will make it past the Applicant Track System (ATS)
- 4 to 6 applicants will be invited to an initial interview (usually a phone or video interview)
- 1 to 3 applicants, out of the initial 1,000 that saw this opportunity online, are invited to a face-to-face interview
Courtesy of www.youtern.com
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