Mistakes to Avoid When Making a Resume

Including Irrelevant Information Avoid listing hobbies or personal details that do not relate to the job you are applying for​ Job

Using an Unprofessional Email Address Make sure to use a professional email address, ideally one that includes your name

Having Spelling and Grammar Errors Proofread your resume multiple times and consider using tools like Grammarly to ensure there are no errors​

Exceeding Two Pages Keep your resume concise; typically, one to two pages is sufficient. Focus on the most relevant and recent experiences

Using a Generic Template Customize your resume for each job application. Tailor your skills and experiences to match the job description

Lack of Quantifiable Achievements  Include specific achievements and quantify them with numbers (e.g., "Increased sales by 20%") to show your impact .

Leaving Unexplained Gaps in Employment Address any gaps in your employment history briefly and positively, focusing on how you kept your skills sharp during those periods