Might You Need a Way to Kill the Traditional Resume?
With Sumry, companies can hire on the personality of their future employees as pooled from social media activity and web commentary
There’s a new resume out there, and it doesn’t focus on redundant “skills.” Sumry has created a new way of encapsulating a job seeker that goes beyond a listing of skill sets, education and accomplishments, and delves into the personality and other details of the person behind the name.
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