Jim Goldfarb

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Jim Goldfarb, Senior Vice President is responsible for all Recruiting Operations and Sales Support at Atlantic Partners Corporation. Jim has 25+ years of experience in the Recruiting Industry and has been in the role of Director of Recruiting since Atlantic Partners was founded. Jim began his career as an Entrepreneur in the garment district in NYC until he discovered that his true passions were recruiting and sales. He progressed quickly to Recruiting Manager while staffing Fortune 500 clients in NYC and relocated to Florida in 1995 where he became a top biller at Spherion Staffing. Jim joined Atlantic Partners in 2003 where he applies a progressive sales and marketing approach to recruiting strategies. He works very closely with all Account Executives, Clients and Recruiters to ensure top talent is represented by Atlantic Partners.

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  • Jim Goldfarb, the SVP of Atlantic Partners Corp, a recruiting agency used by Fortune 500 companies who has more than 25 years of experience and has placed candidates at Prudential Insurance, Morgan Stanley, WebMD and UBS, has said that his company uses "and" and "or" the most [when searching for qualified candidates on LinkedIn]. "Or" helps his company expand the pool of potential candidates, while "and" helps them "weed out" profiles that don't match the key criteria they're searching for.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-optimize-linkedin-profile-resume-recruiters-keywords-advanced-search-boolean-logic

    26 October 2020
  • Goldfarb recommended that candidates who've used a technology, system or program in the past should include them on their resume or LinkedIn. While any web developer can say that they've created "beautiful websites utilizing the latest technology," that won't match what the recruiters are searching for.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-optimize-linkedin-profile-resume-recruiters-keywords-advanced-search-boolean-logic

    26 October 2020
  • For a more strategic approach, [Goldfarb] said candidates should focus on five to ten of the most popular and relevant keywords. And, according to Goldfarb, including out-of-date technologies or programs that no one has ever heard of may be red flags for recruiters.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-optimize-linkedin-profile-resume-recruiters-keywords-advanced-search-boolean-logic

    26 October 2020