Applying for a new job can be stressful at the best of times and in the wake of widespread job losses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many will be frantically applying to anything and everything available.
That means you might not be giving your CV the eagle-eyed treatment it requires - which is certainly the case of one US jobseeker who didn't double-check her resume before sending it off to a potential employer.
Marissa, a student teacher, posted a video on TikTok showing how she used a basic internet template to create her CV - but forgot to change one vital detail.
"You think you're having a bad day? I just sent this resume without changing the template picture," she wrote.
Marissa - a white woman with long brown hair - then zooms in on the template picture which shows a black man wearing a doctor's coat and stethoscope.
The video has been viewed more than 4 million times, with commenters in hysterics over the accidental body switch.
One person suggested Marissa write: "Sorry, that's an old picture of me."
"It's the fact he is dressed like a doctor and your resume says student teacher that is sending me to MARS," wrote another commenter.
"Tell them that 2020 really changed you," a third joked.
If you're looking for a way to stand out on your CV - but in a less embarrassing way than Marissa - maybe a video-based CV is the way to go.
One entrepreneur joined The AM Show this week to explain why the initiative is shaking up employment.