Crafting a resume takes a lot of time and effort, so don't let a typo, or worse a lie, land yours in the garbage.
In fact, 43 percent of managers said they spend less than 60 seconds looking at a resume, according to a survey of 2,100 hiring managers conducted by CareerBuilder and marketing research firm Harris Poll.
In the survey, a number of managers shared some of the worst errors, lies and blunders they had seen in resumes.
These 10 embarrassing resume blunders serve as a reminder to always proofread your resume.
An applicant's name was autocorrected from "Flin" to "Flintstone."
His name was Freddie.
An applicant said he had been a prince in another life.
An applicant claimed to pay great attention to detail, but the word "attention" was misspelled.
An applicant included "taking long walks" as a skill.
An applicant claimed he had worked at a federal prison. A background check determined he was actually incarcerated at the prison during that time.
An applicant said he would work harder if paid more.
An applicant's resume used direct quotes from "Star Wars."
An applicant listed "smoking" as a hobby.
An applicant used a resume template with cats in the corners.
An applicant wrote the following at the end of the resume: "I didn't really fill this out, someone did it for me."