When we submit a resume for a position, for better or worse, we are being judged on much more than the merit of our work experience. We are also being judged on more than the content of the resume and the way we present it. Employers and recruiters take notice of small mistakes, which are often overlooked by the writer. Some of them may not even be readily classifiable as mistakes, but are major issues that make identifying your resume and tying it to you more difficult. What are these small things that may be costing you an interview? Read below to find out.