Written By: Bradley Sona – Summit Staffing Partners Over my years in IT recruiting, I have reviewed tens of thousands of resumes, and one thing that a large portion of the resumes that I review have in common is a lack of positive aesthetic quality.  While the actual worded content that you place in your resume is critical to highlight properly (major accomplishments, responsibilities, awards you have received from your company, etc.), many people overlook the fact that having a clean, good looking resume is also a crucial factor. As an IT recruiter, I amazingly see resumes of graphic designers, front end developers, UI Designers (people who by trade make things look good for a living) who have resumes with sloppy formatting, uneven margins, spacing errors and various font sizing problems throughout their resumes.