Have you overlooked common mistakes on your resume? I review resumes daily, and I find the same three blunders repeated by countless job seekers. Review these top 3 mistakes. Then take a good look at your own resume and make some adjustments.
Your resume can be the key that unlocks the door to a new job. Or, it can be the blast of cold wind that slams the door shut before you get an interview.
We asked employers to tell us about the biggest resume blunders they’ve experienced.
So, while you’re busy unifying your fonts and running spell check, don’t lose site of the big picture. Here are five resume mega-blunders to avoid at all costs:
For the most part, your resume is the first impression you give to employers – you don’t want to give the impression that you’re careless, lazy or obsessed.
A single resume faux pas can instantly turn off a recruiter, and, in some cases, creep them out a bit.
We asked employers what was the absolute worst resume mistake they’ve come across. These are our six favorite. Laugh … and learn: