In order to critique your resume effectively, you need to understand how a hiring manager will look at it. As a rule, resume reviewers start by making a snap judgment based on their first impression. If there are no immediate red flags, they'll spend the next 10 to 30 seconds scanning it to determine whether you seem to have the right qualifications. If your resume passes those two tests, it has a good chance of being reviewed more thoroughly, and with luck, winning you an interview. Here are the important factors to consider : 1) First Impression:
Overall appearance is neat, organized, and easy to read.
No obvious errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, or word usage.
No obvious inconsistencies in use of numbers, spacing, punctuation, or capitalization.