Hack My Résumé

A swiss army knife for resumes and CVs

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#2 Product of the DayDecember 29, 2015
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Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
so many different ways to put together a resume out there. But employers see so many, that having one that stands out is 🔑 to success (Disclaimer: I'm not too proud of my first Khaled reference)
Hope Atina@the_onlyhope · BioBreaks.com
@bentossell They don't want you to be proud
Marek Hrabe@marek · Founder at Mockuuups. Previously Avocode
@bentossell First reference is a great starting point in your journey of more success. Now we are expecting… Another One!
Mani Kiran PeddintiHiring@viswamani · CTO, Meed Inc
Good initiative. As much as standing out is important, recruiters like standard formats as it makes them easy to parse the information. Studies reveal most recruiters spend 40-60 sec on a resume so having things at right place is critical to make sure the most important parts are not overlooked. @meed we have made a study with lot of recruiters over few months to create one standard format for all our users.
Frank@fbara
This is interesting and I really like the idea of trying a new approach on an old document. We couldn't use this where I work. All info needs to be entered on our site where it is then parsed into our review screens. There's no opportunity for creative formatting for the resume.
Tyler Longren@tlongren · Web Developer, National Pork Board
Really excited for the desktop app. Smooth on the terminal, so desktop app will just be a bonus.
Alexander Kehaya@afkehaya · Entrepreneur / ActionWins.co
Love this idea. Can you do a screencast on how to use the app?