A growing reason many candidates are not getting reactions to their resume is the ATS. These tracking systems are scanning our documents, deciding they don’t fit a certain criteria and “rejecting” them. The ATS assigns a score to every resume. Only submissions with the highest score ever get out of the database to a desk. This is ironic as computer tech has made it easier to find and apply for jobs, while something like an ATS is turning away an astonishing 70 percent of submissions. We need to optimize our resumes to ensure they pass the ATS challenge. Here are 10 solid tips for improving a resume’s ATS score.