A job interview is crucial since it gives the interviewer a chance to learn more about your professional abilities.
1. Everything you’ve ever accomplished
The more space on your resume, the less likely it is that an employer will read the sections you want them to.
2. Grammar & Spelling Mistakes
“Just one grammatical error and your resume are thrown out” There are no good justifications for this, yet it’s remarkable how many resumes are sent that are rife with grammatical and typographical errors.
3. Unimportant details
Some job seekers dedicate two to three lines of each position to defining the employer—its size and field of work—in detail.