In the world of big business, a business card can say a lot about a person, and when looking for work, the first impression of the candidate is formed by his CV - a document that indicates work experience and all achievements. The resume itself does not guarantee employment, but it gives a chance to stand out among a huge number of people wishing to obtain a certain position. If the resume could interest the employer, then the candidate will receive an invitation for a personal interview, which is already 70% of the success.
Unfortunately, even good experience, skills and knowledge can be "crossed out" by an unsuccessful filing, misspellings or unnecessary data in the resume. A candidate with a poorly designed CV will be treated prejudice-condescendingly or not be considered as a future employee at all.