Recruiters spend an average of just over three minutes reviewing a job application, so a candidate needs to make their resume count. Why, then, do so many applicants fail to even ensure that their resume is free of spelling mistakes, useless clichés and juvenile presentation? This infographic from Ayers pinpoints the most common errors that are instant turn-offs for recruiters and suggests what applicants should include (and exclude) in their resume. For any job-seeker who may think they have the code cracked but has been turned down for numerous vacancies, perhaps this might help them to realize why they are still applying for jobs and what they can do to impress a recruiter.