The human way to get hired

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Nate Hanson
@natemhanson · Co-Founder, Sumry
My personal Sumry stats since being featured on Product Hunt... http://nate.fm/l/htsl3


Ryan Hoover
@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I barely scan resumes and don't expect them when applicants apply to join the Product Hunt team. Where they've worked and how long they've worked there is important, but I'm more interested in how they think, projects/things they've done outside of work, and their ambitions.
Roger Dickey
@rogerdickey · Founder of Gigster - We make apps!
Hmm, the timeline view gets a little hard to parse / unreadable after a while. I think a much bigger step change to the resume is required for this to be interesting. Also you should definitely put a sample Sumry somewhere. I bounced after not seeing one (assuming you were trying to hide it because it wasn't that great), then came here & saw a few sample… See more
Nate Hanson
@natemhanson · Co-Founder, Sumry
Use the code "ThankYouProdHunt" to get 50% off first month of Sumry Pro. :)
Karen X. Cheng
@karenxcheng · I make viral videos
I kept looking around on the homepage for a link to examples of sumrys before I had to sign up. It's helpful that there are examples linked in the discussion thread here - on the homepage would've been helpful too.
Jason Pittam
@mikaelpittam · CMO, Maptags
I have been a LONG time user of Sumry and it's proven many times over to be useful. I have been discovered on numerous occasions via Sumry and received so many comments on the design and message. http://sumry.me/jason