Deep Learning, Management, Convolutional Neural Network, Big Data, Collaboration, Analysis, Machine Learning
Did Medium’s suggestion algorithm pick up on my subtitle? If I were job searching, should I use similar tactics?
In the world of ATS systems, it’s paramount your resume hits the “hot buzzwords” based on your seniority/state. ATSs match based on keywords and as an entry level data scientist currently applying, any leg up on passing the resume screen is vital.
In this quick article, we’ll cover the most frequently used words in job descriptions utilizing spaCy for these popular job title groupings…
And these 4 states…
Please note — I’m not an expert on the cutoffs between each level as I’ve made assumptions based on position titles. Follow my jupyter notebook at the end of the article for suggestions/improvements :)
Word tokenization, stop word removal, and filter to include…
Parts of Speech: ADJs and NOUNs
Dependencies: DOBJ, CONJ, AMOD, NUM, ADVMOD, QUANTMOD, and MEASURE
After reviewing the findings, most of the data points to what our gut tells us. A few key findings between job titles
1. Data is the most frequently used term in job descriptions with entry level roles seeing the most frequency.
2. Team, Business, Development, Management, and Product are at the top of manager job descriptions.
3. Experience, Research, Team, Machine, Learning occur more frequently in mid level positions than entry level.
After reviewing job descriptions by state, a few takeaways emerge.