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As a taste of the end of the coronavirus pandemic finally comes into sight, jobs which have been vacant for months are beginning to once more come into demand. This means recruiters are searching for qualified candidates — and with many out of work, these candidates face an application process which is highly competitive. Of course, there are only so many ways to differentiate yourself within a crowded field, and to even get to the point of an interview is difficult. The best way to get there is to have a resume that’s memorable for the right reasons, avoiding the common errors that many job-seekers fall victim to.

But those errors are common for a reason: It’s difficult to make the perfect resume and, more important, get it seen. If you want to make sure you’re putting your best foot forward in the application process, your best bet is Rezi’s 2021 Complete Resume Builder Bundle. The bundle includes Rezi’s AI-powered resume writing software, a collection of 100 premium resume and cover letter templates, and two comprehensive courses by award-winning MBA professor Chris Haroun, covering topics ranging from perfecting your interviews to constructing the ideal LinkedIn profile.

Applicant tracking systems have become increasingly common in a wide variety of industries, and Rezi understands what words and formatting styles to use in order to score high within their filtering criteria. The AI technology automatically generates resumes and cover letters based on the information provided by the user, and optimizing your experience based on targeted position. That’s why over 120,000 job seekers, as well as prestigious institutions like Seoul National University, have already trusted Rezi with building their resume, and with the tools provided have secured interviews at companies such as Facebook, Amazon, and Spotify.

You can get this bundle at just $39.99 on sale for 98% off, for a limited time only.

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