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AI-powered Rezi ensures hiring managers see your résumé

Does it feel like your résumé isn’t being seen? You’ve submitted it to scores of prospective employers and hiring managers and yet nobody wants to contact you? What gives?

As it turns out, your résumé is likely being filtered out by applicant tracking systems (ATS). That is to say bots are in charge of whether or not your résumé makes it to the next round. Indeed, about three out of every four job applicants are rejected before a human even gets a chance to look at their résumé. The system is working against you.

Why not game the system and jump through the loopholes? Rezi Résumé is a software application that knows precisely what bots want to see and will help you build a better résumé and get it in front of real human eyes. All for $29.

Rezi is a résumé generator with the flexibility and customization that you need and deserve. You’re qualified for the position. Now it’s time to ensure your skillset and qualifications get to shine.

Rezi Features

  • Build hirable résumés w/ hackable formats for every experience level
  • Get instant feedback on your résumé
  • Enjoy more interviews & successful job applications
  • Get quicker job interviews & offers
  • Use Rezi A.I. to extract keywords from job descriptions and optimize your résumé

Rezi builds ATS-optimized, hireable résumés using AI tools to take keywords from a job listing and power up your application. Additionally, gives you feedback on your document and provides a free monthly review from actual expert.

Rezi is an invaluable tool for job seekers and those looking to start a new career. A lifetime subscription to the service is typically valued at around $540, but it is on sale right now for $29 in the AG Deals Store.

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AI-powered Rezi ensures hiring managers see your résumé

Does it feel like your résumé isn’t being seen? You’ve submitted it to scores of prospective employers and hiring managers and yet nobody wants to contact you? What gives?As it turns out, your résumé is likely being filtered out by applicant tracking systems (ATS). That is to say bots are in charge of whether or not your résumé makes it to the next round. Indeed, about three out of every four job applicants are rejected before a human even gets a chance to look at their résumé. The system is working against you.Why not game the system and jump through the loopholes? Rezi Résumé is a software application that knows precisely what bots want to see and will help you build a better résumé and get it in front of real human eyes. All for $29.Rezi is a résumé generator with the flexibility and customization that you need and deserve. You’re qualified for the position. Now it’s time to ensure your skillset and qualifications get to shine.Rezi FeaturesBuild hirable résumés w/ hackable formats for every experience levelGet instant feedback on your résuméEnjoy more interviews & successful job applicationsGet quicker job interviews & offersUse Rezi A.I. to extract keywords from job descriptions and optimize your résuméRezi builds ATS-optimized, hireable résumés using AI tools to take keywords from a job listing and power up your application. Additionally, gives you feedback on your document and provides a free monthly review from actual expert.Rezi is an invaluable tool for job seekers and those looking to start a new career. A lifetime subscription to the service is typically valued at around $540, but it is on sale right now for $29 in the AG Deals Store.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Android 11 makes its formal debut

After spending much of 2020 kicking about in various developer previews and beta releases, Google has made its Android 11 officially available.Starting immediately, Android 11 will begin rolling out to select Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and realme handsets. Additional devices and partner announcements are expected in the coming months.As outlined by Google, some of the more noteworthy features in Android 11 include the following.Messaging apps and conversations are changed to include bubbles for pop-up chat and actionable notifications. Chatting can be done much easier and without switching apps.Privacy is improved as users can grant applications a one-time access to sensitive permissions. Moreover, apps can automatically reset their permissions if they have not been used in a long time. This way an update doesn’t sneak past you which lets an app do something you don’t like.A new screen has been designed for when the lock button is pressed, providing quick acces to smart home device controls.Google is also expanding its screenshot tools to allow for built-in screen recording on all devices running Android 11. Additionally, there is platform-level support for digital IDs such as driver’s licenses, wireless Android Auto connection for compatible vehicles, new media controls, and personal and work profiles.According to Google, nearly all Pixel phones will pick up additional features, including organizing and managing phones. Specifically, any from the Pixel 2 and newer will have app suggestions for the home screen based on routines as well as new “overview actions” that allow users to take screenshots of apps and select text, images, and more.On Pixel phones a new Live View with Location Sharing feature lets you share a precise location with others. Using AR, it will guide users to that person wherever they happen to be, even if tucked away back in the corner of a park.

Lenovo IdeaPad 3 Chromebook review

We live and work in the cloud. It’s nothing for us to spend an entire day online, hopping between social media, email, docs, and services.Rarely do we need to plug into a printer, insert a disc, or sit down to the same desk. It’s for those very reasons that Google began dabbling in Chromebooks nearly a decade ago.When Chromebooks burst onto the scene one of the first things people noticed about them was that they were considerably cheaper than traditional laptops. How could they cost $200-$300 when we’re conditioned to spending $1,000 for a similar experience?We quickly learned that those products weren’t designed to compete with standard laptops. Corners were cut, ports and optical drives were removed, and it was pretty obvious as to the differences. In the end, however, none of that mattered all that much. We could still do everything we needed.Over time we’ve seen Chromebooks evolve from budget-priced devices to more expensive models that feature robust hardware and interesting designs. Indeed, you can get sexy and powerful Chromebooks. This is not to suggest that Chromebooks are in a completely different space. We now have products that run the entire gamut.Lenovo is a brand that has been producing a whole array of Chromebooks over the years. Up for review today is its IdeaPad 3 Chromebook.DesignPriced $250, the IdeaPad 3 Chromebook features a 14-inch display that folds all the way back. Inside are Intel Celeron processor, 4GB RAM, and 32GB storage.Silver in color, the Chromebook is unassuming if not a tad boring looking. At about 3lbs, it’s lighter than it appears thanks to polycarbonate and ABS plastics.You’ll find that the display or top half of the Chromebook has a bit of flex to it. While it’s not exactly flimsy, it’ll bend with a moderate amount of pressure. A thick border frames the screen which has a 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution.Speaking of the display, it has an LED backlight and tops out at about 220 nits of brightness. When compared to other budget Chromebooks, the IdeaPad 3 falls short both on paper and in practice. We found the overall picture to be fuzzy, muted, and generally dim. We could see it from virtually all angles, but we never found it to be anything special.The IdeaPad 3’s has a fairly comfortable typing experience with a decent amount of space between them. We like it when keys are backlit but that’s not the case here. On the other hand, Lenovo says the keyboard is spill-resistant. A few drops of water from condensation on a water bottle didn’t seem to do anything at all, but we’re always reluctant to go all-in with a spill.Audio is so-so for the most part, and can occasionally sound muddy. It largely depends on the source, of course. There are two speakers under the Chromebook which fire through to the table. Working with the IdeaPad 3 on your blanketed lap may force you to put in headphones.Ports and ConnectivityGiven they rely on so much on being connected to the internet, you’d expect solid support for Wi-Fi, right? The IdeaPad 3 Chromebook largely delivers on this front with the 802.11ac standard. We would have liked to see 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6), but that is likely to keep cost in line.On the left side of the Chromebook you’ll find a microSD expansion card slot, a USB Type-C port, a USB 3.1 Type-A port, and a combination headphone and microphone jack. The right side houses an additional USB 3.1 Type-A port and a USB-C port.We like that the IdeaPad 3 employs USB Type-C for charging as that’s largely what makes up the cables and chargers in our home and office. Cheaper Chromebooks often use a proprietary port; this means one less cable to worry about.PerformanceOur review unit came with  a dual-core (1.1GHz) Intel Celeron N4020 processor with 4GB of memory and 32GB of flash storage. It’s about what you’d expect in a Chromebook in this price range and sufficient for day-to-day tasks.Over a typical day of light use (web browsing, YouTube, email, social media) and having a handful of tabs open at a time, we found the IdeaPad 3 to be mostly snappy. There’s nothing overly awesome going on hardware-wise so we didn’t get into anything fancy, but the IdeaPad 3 handled all the things a student or work-from-home type might need.When it comes to battery life, however, the IdeaPad 3 really shines. Lenovo claims about ten hours per charge and we’d have a hard time saying otherwise. This happens, though, when you’re not dealing with a super-high resolution display. The twisted nematic (TN) panel, and the lower NIT brightness are much easier on the battery than what’s found in pricier laptops.ConclusionIf you need a Chromebook for simple computing needs such as home schooling or work-from-home tasks, and budget is a main concern, the IdeaPad 3 should meet your needs. You’ll trade off a high-resolution display and price tag for sufficient computing power, an array of external connectivity, and excellent battery life. All for a reasonable $250.The IdeaPad 3 Chromebook is perfectly aligned with the needs of younger students or as a secondary laptop for the home. Likewise, it’s a good options for people who might want to catch up on work email and tasks from home.Learn more about the IdeaPad 3 Chromebook at Lenovo’s website. You can purchase the device at a variety of retailers, including B&H Photo Video.

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