Do you apply for remote jobs but never, ever hear anything back?
If so, your resume is probably in a state of limbo.
I see it all the time. Perfect candidates apply for their ideal remote job knowing they're a great fit. They feel confident they have the skills, experience, and abilities to snag the job. Surely, an interview is just around the corner, right?
Instead of getting an interview (or a Dear John letter), they get nothing. Silence. Crickets.
Their "perfect resume" is officially in resume limbo.
Resume limbo is the worst. You don't get an interview, which stinks. But you also don't get a rejection letter. Instead, you're left wondering what happened? And worse still you cling onto hope that perhaps someday (soon) you'll hear back one way or the other.
But that day never comes.
Now you're left feeling hopeless, defeated, frustrated, and ready to throw in the towel.
But don't give up just yet!
The good news is you haven't failed your remote job search. And it's not your fault.
Your resume is to blame.
(I bet you feel better already).
You just need to revise your resume to make it readable by both robots and recruiters. Yes, I said robots.
You see, most remote companies use Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to make hiring simpler. The ATS screens your resume before it's ever reviewed by a human. That means you have to create a resume that beats the bots and impresses recruiters. And, honestly, it's no easy task.
That's where I come in.