We know you have heard of this several times. But the truth is people really need to work out their grammar. These mistakes are resume killers. So how do you not find yourself in this trap? Once you have your resume written, proofread it by putting a finger on each and every word. Another option is to allow someone who has not been staring at your document for long to analyze it. It is not easy to spot your errors, but, a second eye can easily do it. Your second eye could be your career coach, a family member or even just a friend. Look for someone who has your best interest at heart. You could as well try taking it through some online tools that help spot out the errors. Most of them are free to use.Once you have reviewed your resume, avoid making final small changes. Fine tuning and tweaking your resume another last time exposes you to make more and more typos in your resume. This leads to a subject or a verb being out of place or a time period being out of place or alignment issues cropping up.