A resume is the first impression hiring managers get to see whether or not an applicant is the perfect candidate for the job — and first impressions matter. Typos and grammatical errors are, of course, immediate red flags, but there are other more subtle things to avoid.

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We spoke to hiring managers from around the U.S. to get a more in-depth look at some of the major resume faux pas that they see time and time again. From forgetting important keywords to including way too much information, here’s what you should be avoiding when crafting the perfect resume for your dream job.

“Your resume should include the same position required, keywords that appear in the job posting,” Flynn Zaiger, CEO of Online Optimism digital marketing agency says. “If you don’t have the right keywords, your resume can be overlooked by someone who has matching titles and descriptions all because yours doesn’t come across as a strong fit. If you have the qualifications, make sure to put them down exactly like they’re looking for in the posting.”