What Recruiters Look at On Your Resume

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heat track resume 1.jpgThe article, "What Recruiters Look at During the 6 Seconds They Spend on Your Resume," from LinkedIn's Business Insider writer, Vivian Giang (4/9/12)reports on a fascinating study. Eye tracking, which examines eye movements to analyze the time someone spends on the text, was used to understand what recruiters look at when they quickly review resumes.

Click here to see in greater detail the heat map indicating how they spent their time and read more about how you can tweak your resume to gain the coveted interview!

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