Sending your resume by e-mail may sound like the simplest part of the job search, but beware.
By Lisa Vaas
It sounds simple: You learn about a job opening and prepare electronic copies of your resume and cover letter to make your case for an interview.
Not so fast, though: Clicking the "Send" button is may send your document straight to a spam folder for unwanted e-mail. Here's how to increase the odds your resume will be read by a recruiter or hiring manager.