Introduction: How to Make a Resume That Gets Lots of Responses and Leads to a Great High Paying Job

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Getting a job is a lot like dating. Most people will tell you it is a numbers game. And it is. The more people you interview with the more likely you are to get a job, and the better you will get at doing interviews. That's why it can be important to create a resume that is not optimized for getting a job, but rather getting interviews.

Step 1: Get Noticed

Recruitment today is more like search, than it used to be. Recruiters have a list of words they have chosen off of the job description and they just send a bunch of "spam" to those people who match the search. They then ask for a copy of your resume. This mis-match between what is on Monster, and what is on your actual resume is what we will exploit to help you find a great job, and get an interview you might not have otherwise.

Because it is all about search, we will attempt to create a resume with as many of the top 100 most searched terms on in to your resume.

Step 2: Keyword Stuffing

The top 100 keywords will be provided in a few steps, but to get started take a look at these examples using the top ten most searched word on

1. Sales: You have to watch for falling prices at Walmart.
Worked with a constricted budget was careful to leverage sales

2. Recruiter: Those evangelical religions ring your door bell sometimes right?

Spoke with recruiters for various religious organizations including an interesting cult leader.

3. Administrative Assistant: Sometimes you need TaskRabbit to bring you beer since AmazonFresh won't deliver it.

Hired online Administrative Assistant to aid in the procurement of Alcoholic beverages not available through my standard supply chain.

4. Accountant: That's what you call your spouse.

Cleared large acquisitions with the “accountant”

5. Receptionist: When the Cable was out.

Served as Receptionist adjusting antenna to improve picture

6. Customer Service: Sometimes you do what it takes to make ends meet.

Serviced customers I met on the street corner.

7. Accounting: That time at the YMCA I managed the Pool. Bonus, Watch as I give my self a doctorate.

Tested water Ph.Determined amount of chlorine to add accounting for the volume of water.

8. Java: Starbuck’s is always hiring, but if you are to lazy do that...

Played Elf Bowling and other Java games.

9. and 10. Mortgage / Collections: Sometimes you can't make your rent.

Consulted with Mortgage holder about repayment plan after being put in Collections.

Step 3: Really Step It Up

11. Manager: We all had one so just say something nice, or mean about yours.

Had a crappy manager.

12. – 18. Lets cram a bunch in all at once.

Developed a Staff infection and sought Medical help from a Registered Nurse (RN) who referred me to a Pharmacist because I didn’t have Insurance.

19. – 20. Restaurant Manager and Entry Level:

Spoke with Restaurant Manager. Bouncer pushed me through Entry, Leveled him in a single blow.

Step 4: Work in Any Others

Here is the complete list of the top 100 searches on

  1. Sales
  2. Recruiter
  3. Administrative assistant
  4. Accountant
  5. Receptionist
  6. CPA
  7. Customer service
  8. Accounting
  9. Java
  10. Mortgage
  11. Manager
  12. Executive Assistant
  13. Human Resources
  14. Pharmacist
  15. Accounts Payable
  16. Insurance
  17. Payroll
  18. Staff accountant
  19. “Administrative assistant”
  20. Physical therapist
  21. Outside sales
  22. SAP
  23. “business analyst”
  24. Collections
  25. Audit
  26. Engineer
  27. Controller
  28. Financial analyst
  29. Project manager
  30. Marketing
  31. C#
  32. .net
  33. “Project manager”
  34. J2EE
  35. “Administrative
  36. Oracle
  37. Construction
  38. Warehouse
  39. Inside sales
  40. Business analyst
  41. Paralegal
  42. RN
  43. “Financial analyst”
  44. Data entry
  45. Nurse
  46. Peoplesoft
  47. Restaurant Manager
  48. Loan officer
  49. Staffing
  50. “executive assistant”
  51. Retail
  52. Legal secretary
  53. “Customer service”
  54. Call center
  55. “Outside sales”
  56. Bookkeeper
  57. “Inside Sales”
  58. Auditor
  59. Autocad
  60. Tax
  61. Registered Nurse
  62. Buyer
  63. “C”
  64. Spanish
  65. Japanese
  66. Underwriter
  67. “sales”
  68. Account executive
  69. “Technical writer”
  70. Medical
  71. Cnc
  72. Finance
  73. “Staff accountant”
  74. Civil engineer
  75. Telemarketing
  76. Accounts receivable
  77. Senior accountant
  78. Manufacturing
  79. Sql
  80. Unix
  81. Architect
  82. HVAC
  83. Help desk
  84. Oracle DBA
  85. Clerical
  86. Purchasing
  87. Bilingual
  88. “help desk”
  89. Analyst
  90. “accounts payable”
  91. “Technical writer”
  92. Pharmaceutical
  93. Loan processor
  94. Occupational therapist
  95. QA
  96. Pharmaceutical sales
  97. Real Estate
  98. Maintenance
  99. “Human Resources”
  100. Entry Level