Most hiring managers spend 90 percent of their time looking at the first page of your resume and 10 percent on the rest.

TOP 3 Mistakes To Avoid On Your Resume

  • Don’t list tenure at the same employer as different dates—breaking up the dates based on the positions you held at the same company will make it appear at first glance as though you have moved around more than you have.
  • Don’t have an objective—your objective is to get that job. Try changing to a thoughtful summary.
  • Don’t list irrelevant details about your personal interests—keep your potential employer focused on why you’re a good fit for the job you are applying for. Wine clubs and yoga might be good conversation starters, but they also distract from the focus of the interview.