The Dishonest Tradition of Fudging the Facts on a Resume

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People lying on resumes and job applications People with at least a small amount of misleading content on their resume Resumes and job applications that contain falsifications Resumes that are misleading

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Of time resume padding is discovered – most commonly resulting in the firing of the employee Of people who admittedly padded their resumes and lost their job once it was discovered Of people who were not offered a job after their resume padding was uncovered

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Extending employment dates – women returning to work after caring for a child/children, hiding time spent in prison, hiding a job they were fired from, hiding job hopping Leaving off graduation dates for fear of ageism (to appear younger) Recent grads might raise grade point averages or claim honors they never actually received Blurring the line between familiarity and proficiency in technical expertise or language proficiency

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Inaccurate job descriptions Falsified references Fraudulent degrees Job applicants who have a felony record Job applicants who have a misdemeanor record Inflated salary claims Altered employment dates

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