Many of the damaging resume red flags that can remove candidates from the running aren’t the result of malicious behavior on the part of the applicant. And they aren’t usually careless acts of negligence either, like spelling mistakes. For the most part, these unfortunate blunders are committed by candidates making an innocent bid for a little more attention.If you think these moves can’t hurt your chances, think again. And if believe your level of subtlety will earn you a pass, you may need to take a closer look. Keep in mind that hiring managers view dozens or hundreds of resumes per week, so a move that seems original or clever to a candidate doesn’t always appear that way when viewed through more seasoned and skeptical eyes. Avoid mistakes like the ones below.