So everything is going AI. Images, videos, content, comments, painting, what not! In fact part of this blog is AI. But don’t worry, I will point you exactly what is that part. So far, its me, a human 🙂

Now if you happen to open your instagram or linkedin or whatsapp chances are that someone somewhere has posted a video on how to use AI or specifically, ChatGPT to write your CV or Resume. It sounds so easy and simple and affordable (read, free) that you almost feel why am I not doing it? And then when you actually get down to doing it, you realise it’s not accurate.

ChatGPT or any language model essentially will always throw down generic information – the same information – only rephrased, to everyone posing that question. There is no uniqueness. Maybe it will evolve, but how much?! There are 8 billion people. Can it produce so many unique variations of the same information. Even 0.001% would be too much to ask. The uniqueness will eventually die. The personality of an individual will never show up.

But that’s just what I think. And we all know what opinions are like, don’t we 😉

So I posed this question to ChatGPT itself.

Hey ChatGPT! I want to know how is GetSetResumes better at writing resumes than ChatGPT?

and here is what it came up with.

Sure! I’d be happy to help you create a comparison chart highlighting why GetSetResumes is better than ChatGPT at creating resumes.

Attempt #1

how to use ChatGPT to write your resume

Attempt #2 – Regenerated content

how to use ChatGPT to write your resume

(did you notice the casing error in GetSetResumes in the second table? Why did that occur?)

Comparison Aspect GetSetResumes ChatGPT
Expertise Specialized team of professional resume writers with industry-specific knowledge and HR insights. General AI language model with broad knowledge but lacking domain-specific expertise.
Personalization Tailored resumes created based on individual career goals, skills, and achievements. Generates content based on patterns in data, might not fully capture unique qualities of an individual.
Industry Knowledge In-depth understanding of industry trends, keywords, and ATS optimization to ensure better visibility. Limited awareness of current industry-specific requirements and nuances.
Human Touch Human review and consultation to ensure accurate representation and to address individual needs. Lack of personal interaction, potential for misinterpretation of context or information.
Formatting Proficient in creating visually appealing and ATS-compliant formats that enhance readability. Limited capabilities in formatting and design, might require manual adjustments.
Customization Offers various resume types (entry-level, professional, executive) catering to different career stages. Offers a one-size-fits-all approach, may not cater to diverse career levels effectively.
Keyword Optimization Thorough keyword optimization for ATS algorithms, increasing chances of passing initial screenings. Relies on general keyword usage without deep understanding of specific job requirements.
Industry Specifics Familiarity with specific job roles, responsibilities, and requirements for targeted industries. Might lack precise knowledge about niche industries or job roles.
Revisions Multiple rounds of revisions based on client feedback, ensuring client satisfaction. Limited ability to provide revisions and adapt based on nuanced feedback.
Confidentiality Adheres to strict privacy standards, keeping client information and career details confidential. Concerns about data security and privacy, as AI might store user-generated content.
Experience Years of experience in career consulting and resume writing, resulting in a track record of success stories. Limited hands-on experience in resume creation compared to specialized professionals.

So there you have it. Straight from the horse’s mouth! Need we say more?

Get in touch with our experts today and get your documents in shape for your next interview. We will use AI. But only to better the human element. Not to create it. Just like the table above 🙂

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Senior Leadership, CXO, VP, Director Resumes by GetSetResumes