For those of you applying to Disney, I got this tip from someone who works there: "The trick (which I learned directly from Disney HR) is that you should tweak your resume for each position you are applying to. Look at the job post and use specific words that are in the post. Before any real person reads it, the site runs a program that searches for enough keywords to deem the candidate enough of a possibility to then have the resume sent to a real HR person." Key words are key. For example, if you want to edit, list the specific programs you edit with. They search for those. This holds true at most large companies. Some places also don't like when you apply for too many positions. This makes you look unfocused.