In this day of HR driven hiring and computer algorithms for resumes, how do you deal with your black marks to actually be able to explain them to a person? - I've got one oral checkride fail that was post CFI but pre-121 or 135 - I missed passing the ATP written by one point my first time ( I foolishly didn't use one of the programs out there to help pass the test) - I was also asked to resign my position at a 121 regional after a year because of recurrent training. But pulling my PRIA records two years ago show nothing that says "training failure". - I was terminated by my previous 135 employer for allegedly violating a company rule. Yet it was more of retaliation for perceived wrong-doings by the insecure and tyrannical president of the company. In essence I was fired because he didn't like me, even though I never did anything "wrong" to him, but he thought I did. - I also had a runway incursion that was investigated but no action was ever taken (and I was not PIC.) PM for details if you want them. None are too terrible by themselves, but combined all must look awful to the computers and HR people that look at my resume. I won't lie about my experiences, but I will tell as much truth as I need to. And was able to explain them to my current regional when hired. But my current regional always needs pilots and I fear these marks will be more detrimental to me going forward. And since I'm concerned about my current FFD regional going forward, I've started filling out applications again. Thank in advance.