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    Hello Varun,
    To answer your question, We should dig deep in a resume and look for:
    Analyzing their gaps between education & employment
    We need to check if they moved carrier from functional to technical also if they had self-employment period.
    They dont give proper justification about the reason for leaving a job.
    More importantly we should check the candidate email id whether they mentioned technology in that or not.
    Example
    Babu is a fresher, he wanted to get job so he will learn which very easy tech stack. Now he will check with his friends or relation circle and identify the top 2 to 3 tech stack which is demandable in the IT industry.
    he will go for a training in the institute and learn the datawarhosuing tech stack like and datastage and abinitio and then he looks for a job oppotunity, thats why he use to prepare to 2 resume & emaild such as babu.datastage@gmail.com, babu.abinitioa@gmail.com
    Happy Recruiting!!!!!
    Arumugam V
    Outbound hiring || Building a techies team👀 || @ Mphasis