Related Concepts Help

This window shows you concepts related to the sentence that you selected. Browse topics to find either better ways of representing your work history and skills, or to align your resume more tightly with a specific job.

How to use the definition.

The definition tab for each concept is excerpted from Wikipedia. These definitions can help in these ways:

  • A better understanding of the job, or your skills overall.
  • Indentifies industry buzzwords, which can be more sophisticated ways of representing your value.
  • You can click on any sentence in the definition and it will automatically be saved as a note for you when writing your resume.

How to use the definition.

The related concepts tab for each concept allows you to dive deeper in exploring your selected concept. Defintions, related concepts, notes and keywords for these will be displayed.

How to use the Notes tab.

Notes are a critical part of the system. Here you can notate, while its fresh, how a concept which you would like to reflect in your resume, is relevant to your work experience or skillset.

Notes are:

  • Available to you when you edit your resume and where possible, tied to the content which inspired them.
  • A great way of storing phrases and wording which you see in the definitions, but add your interpretation of how it applies to you, and which job description, so that you will remember when you are editing.

How to use the Keywords tab.

The keyword tab shows you lists of keywords that are associated with the topic selected. They are drawn from the Hiring Managers Benchmark models, Wikipedia excerpts and from our database of over 1 million Federal job descriptions.

  • Click keywords that draw your attention and the will be saved, associated with this sentence and available when you edit your resume.
  • A great way of storing phrases and wording which you see in the definitions, but add your interpretation of how it applies to you, and which job description, so that you will remember when you are editing.