Your resume is like your 3-minute speed dating intro.
(In reality, many times your resume only gets 5-10 seconds of attention.)
When someone "rejects" you at a speed dating event, they're not rejecting YOU. How could they? They don't even know you!
All they're rejecting is the three-minute impression you made.
Likewise, if you're applying to a ton of jobs but very rarely hear back, nobody is rejecting you. They're only rejecting the impression your resume made.
And do you know what that means?
It means it's time to put together a new resume and leave a different impression -- one that's going to make sure your resume lands at the top of the "we-definitely-need-to-interview-these-solid-candidates" pile.
If you want to start doing this, you have to get out of the mindset of applying for every job you can find and sending out generic resumes.
You need to carefully review each job post and create a resume that highlights the most important skills they’re looking for. Doing this will get you noticed far more often than sending out 100s of applications and hoping for the best.