Padding your resume. Everyone does it and you're an idiot if you don't, especially in this horrendous job market, right? I mean, it's just like driving 5 or 10 miles over the speed limit, expensing a few lunches that weren't exactly company business, or rewriting history of a failed relationship, just a little. We all tell little white lies, occasionally cross that little white line, so what? Padding your resume is no big deal, right? I mean, it won't land you in jail, get you fired, or get your name plastered all over the internet as a fraud.
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Even The Tiniest White Lie On Your Resume Could Ruin Everything
There are plenty of resources regarding how to write a resume. In this post, I assume you understand the fundamentals of resumes and are planning to apply for your first software position. You can Google them yourself, or check out these links:. After you understand what should go on a resume, this post can help you make the content more convincing.
Today's job market is competitive. Those who are in need of work undoubtedly know how difficult it can be to compete for the top jobs. This competitive environment has led some unscrupulous job seekers to embellish or exaggerate their experience in order to improve their chances of obtaining jobs.
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