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Saturday, Jan. 3, 2009

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Will your résumé survive a spam filter?

Competition for job openings is extremely tough right now. Unemployment is at a 26-year high.

If you're looking for a job, don't take chances. When you e-mail a résumé, make sure to send it to the correct person.

Of course, you can't be certain that your message will be received at all. It could be flagged as spam if you're not careful.

Many spam filters look for certain words. You could easily use one of these words in your résumé or cover letter.

Fortunately, you can test your message before sending it. Just use Sparklist's ContentChecker.

The ContentChecker will analyze your message. Just upload your e-mail. You'll get a quick report showing any problems with your message.

ContentChecker uses a rating system. The higher the score, the more likely your message will be flagged. It could mean the difference between a dream job and months of searching.

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