What does 240% have to do with getting an interview?

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Jennifer Sethre
Increase Your Chances of Getting Interviews

Five minutes ago, you applied for a job. You’re excited. Yet, what you don't know is that your resume only has a 25% chance of actually getting in front of hiring managers, let alone getting interviews. Hiring managers rely on Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), programmed to find “qualified applicants” using keywords and other requirements from the job description.

Boost Your Odds of Getting Interviews with Intry

Your resume may look great, but 75% of resumes never get seen, making the prospect of getting interviews quite slim. However, using Intry can increase the odds of your resume being seen by 240%. The challenge is that each ATS has its own set of rules, making the process overwhelming. If you have a uniquely formatted resume with special fonts unreadable by these ATS', you're deemed unqualified; your resume gets eliminated even if you're a perfect match for the job.

But there's good news. Intry has developed the first ATS Resume™ that works across these different systems, substantially increasing your chances of getting interviews compared to a standard resume. 2019 is your year to take back control of your job search.

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