Consider chucking these from your application:
Although Times New Roman typeface is still used in 80 percent of résumés, it’s been dubbed the “sweatpants” of fonts by typography and résumé experts. Put your best foot forward by using a modern, readable font that shows up well in print and onscreen such as Arial, Calibri, Verdana, Georgia, Tahoma or Cambria.
Providing a laundry list of every program and tool you’ve ever used is one of the most common mistakes tech professionals make. Eliminate outdated technologies from your résumé, and use subheads to organize your toolbox and call attention to job-related skills.
“The last thing you want is to seem disorganized,” Enelow said. “Separate technical skills into categories and always list the most important ones first.”