How To Write A Resume That Passes The Artificial Intelligence Test

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Part of the series “Supporting Today’s Workforce”

In my work as a career, executive and leadership coach for women, we often engage in the process of developing stronger resumes and LinkedIn profiles that stand out, as well as identify strategies for networking and applying for top-level roles that represent significant advancement and growth.

A question that frequently comes up has to do with the role of artificial intelligence in screening resumes, and how candidates can craft a winning a resume that will pass the bots and the system and get into human hands.

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To learn more about this, I caught up with Dr. Jon Christiansen, the Chief Intelligence Officer of Sparks Research, a company that conducts primary market research and business intelligence to help executives make data-driven decisions in all areas of their business models, from hiring and onboarding, to customer service and product pricing.

Christiansen serves Fortune 500 firms in the Banking, Automotive, Retail, Healthcare, and Energy industries, to name a few. He was trained in Computational Analytics at Carnegie Mellon, and holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Economics, and a PhD in Higher Education from Clemson University. Christiansen is also certified as a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR) and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

Here’s what Christiansen shares on writing your resume so that it passes the AI test with flying colors:

Kathy Caprino: Jon, how exactly do recruitment and screening algorithms work?

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