A winning resume makes it easy for potential employers to quickly and easily identify an applicant's skills and experience. If you were responsible for hiring someone for a particular position, what specifics would you be seeking in the display of a resume and how would you feel about the discovery of multiple conventional and grammatical errors within the text of the document? (Elaborate in detail)
In this economy, and depending on the type of job, employers may receive hundreds of resumes. It is very unlikely for a the person, or people, responsible for screening resumes to read every one verbatim. Some firms even use resume scanning software; which "pings" for key words connected to the essential job functions. It would be important for me to read a resume that clearly reflected how a candidate's knowledge, skills and ...
The resume truly is a first impression the candidate provides to an employer. Grammar and/or spelling errors can lead the employer to assume a candidate has no attention to detail.