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As a professor and a corporate recruiting strategist, I can tell you that very few applicants truly understand the corporate recruiting process.Most people looking for a job approach it with little factual knowledge. A superior approach is to instead analyze it carefully, because data can help you understand why so many applicants simply can’t land a job.The first preliminary resume screening step at most corporations is a computerized ATS system that scans submitted resumes for keywords that indicate that an applicant fits a particular job.I estimate more that 90 percent of candidates apply using their standard resume (without any customization).We also know from observation that nearly 4 seconds of that 6-second scan is spent looking exclusively at four job areas, which are: 1) job titles, 2) companies you worked at, 3) start/end dates and 4) education.Like it or not, that narrow focus means that unless you make these four areas extremely easy for them to find within approximately four seconds, the odds are high that you will be instantly passed over.However, a recent research study from The Ladders that included the direct observation of the actions of corporate recruiters demonstrated that the boast of this extended review time is a huge exaggeration.You may be shocked to know that the average recruiter spends a mere 6 seconds reviewing a resume.

Obviously six seconds only allows a recruiter to quickly scan (but not to read) a resume.If you can bear with me for a few quick minutes, I can show you using numbers where the job-search “roadblocks” are and how that data-supported insight can help you easily double your chances of landing an interview and a job.Although it varies with the company and the job, on average 250 resumes are received for each corporate job opening.In recruiting, we have what is known as a “hiring funnel” or yield model for every job which helps recruiting leaders understand how many total applications they need to generate in order to get a single hire.As an applicant, this funnel reveals your chances of success at each step of the hiring process.