Building your resume can be a long and thorough process, and there is a lot of stress around getting it perfect. But when you are looking at your resume for hours, you can oftentimes miss little grammar mistakes or misspellings.
One good trick is to read your resume backwards. This will help you spot the mistakes your might have made toward the end of your resume. When you read your resume from top to bottom all the time, you begin to get familiar with the pattern and flow of the resume, which can lead to missed mistakes. Starting from the bottom will give you a different look at your resume.
You should also have one or two (preferably two) people take a look at your resume. They’ll be able to spot any errors you might have missed and offer feedback on changes that might work better for your resume. The more eyes, the better!