In the past, resumes and cover letters were the primary method to introduce yourself. Increasingly, they are merely a trigger within an employer’s Applicant Tracking System (ATS) which search through submitted resumes for keywords and related semantic context.
Rezi is an AI-based resume builder. NDMU-affiliated individuals with an ndm.edu email addresses can use it for free. Rezi is the first of its kind, a next generation resume builder, incorporating GPT-3 technology. You will be able to write a resume and cover letter in less than 30 minutes. Rezi does not use graphics or design features as these will corrupt the resume parsing process in an ATS. Use Rezi to:
Prompt the AI-generated language with Action Verbs (PDF). Always prompt the line with an action verb. Personalize each line as best you can.
Nearly every employer uses a system that manages applicants’ resumes. Here are some tips for creating a resume that can pass through an ATS.
A cover letter accompanies your resume when applying for positions. It lets employers know why you are interested in the position and their organization. Rezi creates cover letters but these guidelines will help to customize the language it generates.
If you are required to include salary requirements, always state your requirements in a range and that you want to learn more about the position by meeting with them. Form your response on the basis of your research, not your personal need, such as: “Based on the research I have done for this position, it seems the salary range is…”
If an employer asks you to include salary history, avoid answering. This question is illegal in an increasing number of states.