If you want to get the job, there is one thing that might actually help you get it and it's not your resume. It's your voice.
According to a 2015 study from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, employers and recruiters think candidates as "more competent, thoughtful and intelligent when they heard the pitch than when they read it, even when the words used were exactly the same."
As a result, they liked the candidate more and were more interested in hiring the person they heard speak. Researcher, Nicholas Epley concluded that hearing someone speak was important in conveying intelligence and a person's ability to think.