We often scrutinise the little things, thinking that every detail matters. In case you've forgotten, recruiters only look at your resume for about six seconds, so you probably ought to stop doing that.
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Alison Green, writing for US News, agrees and explains why:
Employers really don't care whether you spend time tracking down the hiring manager's name or just address your cover letter to "dear hiring manager," so don't put time into that. Similarly, most hiring managers really don't care what your résumé design looks like as long as it's organised and easy to skim, or whether your post-interview thank-you note is handwritten or emailed. Don't sweat the little stuff; put your energy into showing your qualifications and why you'd excel at the job.
So don't sweat the small stuff. Nobody's going to notice.