Employer Account Management FAQ/Support

Résumé Search Tutorial

Ready to find talent?
Welcome to our Résumé search form.

Most fields are fairly self-explanatory such as WHAT, WHERE & WITHIN.

For example: Civil Engineer within 15 miles of Boston, MA.

WHAT: Civil Engineer
WHERE: Boston, MA
WITHIN: 15 miles

In the resume search form, you may hover over the ‘WHAT’ box to reveal a few search tips or click the “i” icon for more information.  That will take you to a page with even more tips for keyword searches using quotations, AND, OR, different characters, and the results they’ll return.

You may also filter results by WHEN resumes were uploaded to our system, sort results by keyword relevance, or date when resumes were posted.

Detected Areas

There are some cases where keyword searches aren’t feasible. For example, let’s imagine you are running a search for a broad spectrum of IT professionals.  However, there are literally hundreds of programming languages, tools, and specialties that it doesn’t make sense to search using all those terms as keywords. You’d be searching for days!

With our powerful AI Resume Parsing technology, you can broadly fetch entire professional fields. Our technology identifies all candidates’ functional areas by analyzing their education, previous jobs, and skills.

And yes, you can use the Detected Areas field in conjunction with other fields.

For instance, search for keyword ‘Healthcare’ and filter Detected Area as ‘Sales’, and you’ll see a range of sales candidates – from Account Managers, Sales Executives to Sales Managers – with experience in Healthcare.

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