Attention to detail will get you far in your job search. Here’s how to tell if your eye for specifics has some room for improvement.

When you’re job searching, you want your resume to stay as far away as possible from the recycling bin. But, unfortunately, there’s one surefire way to end up straight in the trash can: including typos.

You’re not perfect, so letting the occasional mistake slip through on your resume seems like an inconsequential thing. It’s not. In fact, 77% of hiring managers say that typos or bad grammar on a resume are immediate deal breakers.

Why do those seemingly innocuous blunders carry so much weight in the eyes of recruiters? Because they show a lack of attention to detail.