Would you like to avoid common resume mistakes to make a fantastic first impression? Your resume is the first thing any potential employer sees, unless you’ve got some kind of inside connection and are able to skip this step. For the vast majority of us, however, our resume is the equivalent of meeting someone for the first time. This is especially true now with most job hunting done online, and resumes are looked at far before any other part of a candidate is seen or considered.
Resume mistakes can undermine all the hard work you have done.
Having a great resume means really putting your best foot forward when you’re on the job hunt, and with things the way they are now, you need every arrow you can possibly put in your quiver. We’ll talk about some of the most common resume mistakes that many people make when writing their resume. That way you’ll be able to avoid most of the pitfalls of your competition’s resumes and introduce yourself with a killer first impression like you know you were meant to all along.