Resumes are always the first impression before employers consider you for an interview. There are many factors that can influence the likeliness of whether they will be interested in you or not, like keywords, experience, etc., but your chances will surely drop into the "no" box if there are grammar errors included in your resume.
Have you reviewed your resume lately? Check out these real-life resume bloopers and make sure your resume doesn't fall through the grammar cracks. [Read More]