There are some simple mistakes that candidates make with regard to their resume which can be easily avoided.
1. Take extra copies of your resume to an interview. That means twice as many as you think you will need. Some candidates assume the interviewer will have a copy of your resume. Safe assumption, right? Wrong. Even if the manager does, they may ask you for one to see if you are prepared. Also, you never know when a second party might join in unexpectedly.
2. Print your resume on high quality paper. This is your career and your accomplishments you are presenting- show some pride! Strive to make the best impression possible.
3. Know your resume stone cold. Seems obvious, but sometimes candidates fumble to find or point out or explain what is on their own resume. A big part of many interviews will be reviewing your accomplishments, so be prepared to discuss every single line on your resume. Make sure you have a copy for yourself to refer to during the interview.