Years ago, when résumés were still sent to employers by mail, job seekers hoped things like a high-quality paper stock and unique, professional formatting would catch the eye of an employer. These days, things are a little different, AOL reports. First of all, it's rare that employers even accept paper résumés anymore--the snail mail method of sending in a résumé is basically obsolete. Second, and more importantly, it's not even the employer's eye that job seekers should hope to catch anymore--more likely, they're trying to get noticed by an Applicant Tracking System (essentially a résumé search engine), now commonly used...
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