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Lying on Your Resume Is a Terrible Idea – Here’s What to Do Instead

If you’ve ever read any career advice or spoken with a career counselor for more than a minute, you know that there’s one big job-seeking no-no: lying on your resume. And yet, people are still doing it. It seems like once a year, we read a story about a CEO whose resume fibs caught up with him, costing him his job and reputation. Closer to home, you’ve almost certainly had friends assure you that everyone lies on their resume, and that.
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