For every one solid resume, there can be dozens that don’t match. Not hearing back from a hiring manager is usually because the resume simply contained content that doesn’t align with a company’s vision of the perfect candidate. It’s also not unusual for hiring managers to dismiss a resume simply because it didn’t impress them. It can be trying going through piles of resumes looking for one great candidate. That’s why your resume has about six seconds to prove you should be granted an interview. You’re probably perfect for the job but that single typo or your formatting being off blew it for you. No one wants that to happen to you. Here are a series of items you want to make sure you leave out of your resume so you don’t end up on any hiring manager’s “NO” stack.