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Expand the Content in Your Resume
Upload your resume into the PROwESS system, and it will be instantly expanded into thousands of relevant topics, weighted by our algorithm, and neatly displayed into a topic hierarchy. Browse the topics to identify concepts that exist within your resume, but that you have not explicitly included. Each topic then has hundreds or even thousands of related concepts, keyword suggestions and task statement suggestions.
Explore your skills as you never have before: PROwESS synthesizes topics from the words in your resume. You will find powerful new ways of describing your work history and responsibilities.
Powered by 1 Million Wikipedia Extracts
PROwESS is powered by a hierchical combination of three amazing datasets. Over 1 million Wikipedia extracts, resulting in 150 million keywords, a historical database of over 1 million Federal job openings for task suggestion, and over 300 digitized Federal Job Classification documents.
Each concept comes alive with definitions, impactful keywords, related concepts and related task statements. All saveable with a click, and then contextually presented when you edit your resume.
Suggest More Impactful Language
Nearly everything in PROwESS is geared towards finding you better ways of representing your experience. Every sentence in your resume, every line item of each job is clickable - and the implied topics of that sentence are displayed. A list of powerful related keywords, broken out by noun/verb/adjective, is presented for each topic. One click saves the keyword for targeted application in your resume. Everything is contextual. So if you have found some strong keywords while exploring the job concepts - when you click on a line in your resume that is topically related - you will see a list of those words. You literally have to see it to believe it.
Related Task Suggestion
Keywords alone are powerful, but sometimes its even more effective to see a task statement in sentence form. One of the key badge-roundars of the PROwESS data model is our database of over 1 million Federal job descriptions from the recent past. PROwESS identifies related task statements from these position descriptions, carefully distilling them to provide you with statements from similar jobs at similar or higher GS level.
Score Resume vs Job and Other Applicants
Track Your Improvement, Focus on Gaps
Your resume will be scored against any job of your choosing. PROwESS produces both a document level score, which compares your resume and the job at a holistic level, and a line item score, which shows how well your resume stacks up against each individual job line item on a more granular level. The scores are combined and then you can rank your resume against the pool of applicants that has also displayed interest in that job. Use our suggestion tools, rewrite segments of your resume, and then rescore your document. Your progress will be measurable.
Line Item Scoring
Matching keywords from your resume are highlighted, and over 500 common competencies have pop-up definitions.
Each Job Line Item is Scored, Expandable
PROwESS runs the same Concept Expansion process against the job of your choice, showing the relative weight of the concepts in each document, and highlighting gaps.
Compare the concepts from your target vacancy. Gaps are in red.
Interactive Federal Vacancies
Here is how each job vacancy will appear to PROwESS subscribers. Your scores and your rank against other candidates.
We have re-invented the Federal vacancy with an eye toward consolidating the "meat" of the announcement. The competencies, duties, qualifications, AND we have imported relevant questions from the Occupational Questionnaires.
Your resume is scored against each line item. Secondly, if you click on any green search icon - it will explode that line item into related topics.
Here is a sample sentence:
Clicking the icon reveals these topics:
So, you can find your own langauge - language that you know is related to this job, by clicking on any line in any job description. It's amazing.
Here is a sample sentence:
Keywords from our sample sentence: