The first thing you should keep in mind is that good writing is usually related to high quality content.
It is well known that the current recruiters are very demanding with the good use of the spoken and written language.
The resume in most cases is the employer’s first impression of you.
And popular wisdom says: “There is no second chance for a first good impression.” Undoubtedly, the most important thing in your curriculum vitae is its content, that is, your experience, skills, academic training and personal information in general. However, no hiring expert will find it reliable to see a person who does not take care of the details, such as: a misspelled word, absence of accents, badly used punctuation marks, redundancy, etc.
The contractor could infer that in your future job you neglect your assigned tasks and functions in the same way, which leads to questioning the possibility that you can cover the vacancy to which you aspire.
Note that recently the linguistic organization The English Spelling Society (Tess), has published a report which states that: “40% of the curriculum vitae that comes to the companies include spelling mistakes and errors of expression, which annoys the recruiters and negatively influences their decision regarding the possible recruitment of the candidate. ” Consequently, it is not an insignificant issue, but it has become something of great relevance in the hiring processes.
In short, you must minimize the errors and pay special attention to their aspects of form, in that sense; your resume should have: good writing, excellent spelling, coherence between the parts that make it, formidable grammatical structure and a layout that is friendly to the reader.