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Never Ever Fib or Push the Truth on Your Resume or in Interviews

by admin on November 7, 2013

EmploymentScape Chief Executive Officer, Harrison Barnes discusses the importance of presenting yourself as a likable individual and team player rather than making exaggerated claims on your resume.

Harrison cautions candidates to be truthful. People are hired because they find common ground with an employer and are likable, not because of something they have done in the past.

You don’t need to lie or exaggerate your achievements in your resume. Being caught up in a lie or exaggeration is not in your best interest and actually weakens your case dramatically in the eyes of an employer.

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