Have you ever lied on a work resume? Well, 75 percent of human resources managers surveyed by Career Builder say they’ve spotted a lie on applicants’ resumes.
Here were some of them:
HR managers also reported some odd resumes, including one that had just one sentence, and another where the applicant disclosed they did not like babies or puppies.
When applying for a job, making your resume stick out is extremely important. Mistakes and fabrications are quick ways to get you passed over for an interview. Here are some common red flags:
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