Many people make one of three mistakes when writing their resume:
Too much information - it is not necessary to provide an over abundance of references, certifications, letters of appreciation, etc... A
tastefully done resume will open opportunities to present your skills that close the deals.
Not enough information - You want to always give the impression that you took the time and effort to secure the job of your dreams. Give
thorough descriptions of your duties under the companies you worked for. Let the prospective employer know where and when you got the
experiences they may be interested in.
Poor formating - A plain and well written resume will usually do the trick. Most hiring managers and recruiters loathe colorful backgrounds,
animated graphics and hard to read fonts. Remember... informative, direct and simple.