Last time, we looked at why it’s important to never lie on your resume. Here, we’ll give some compelling reasons and some specific instances where it’s never a good idea, and why honesty really is the best policy.
It may seem an obvious thing to have to say, but you should never lie on your resume. Exaggerating the truth or outright lying on a resume isn’t that unusual, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good way to advance your career.
Continuing our last post, here are some other ways to avoid making those common job seeker mistakes.
Even the most experienced job seekers can fall prey to a fatal error or two that can cost them their dream job. Here is how to avoid making those common job seeker mistakes.
Being able to address professional teaching standards is an essential skill in preparing Teacher Statements and Key Selection Criteria. So why do so few get it right?
- Why You Should Never Lie On Your Resume – Part Two June 14, 2021
- Why You Should Never Lie On Your Resume – Part One June 7, 2021
- Is it Detrimental to Stay Too Long in One Job? May 31, 2021
- How to Avoid Common Job Seeker Mistakes – Part Two May 24, 2021
- How to Avoid Common Job Seeker Mistakes – Part One May 17, 2021
- Knowing How to Address Professional Teaching Standards May 10, 2021
- Think Like a Hiring Manager – Get the Job! May 3, 2021
- How to be More Assertive at Work – Part Two April 26, 2021
- How to be More Assertive at Work – Part One April 19, 2021
- Cluttered Desk, Cluttered Mind? April 12, 2021
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