I can't imagine lying on my resume. In our radio world, there are no secrets. We live our lives on the air and in public. Apparently 11% of millennials are admitting to lying on their resume, which sounds like a small percentage but to me that's frightening. Dressing up as they say is one thing, but this could lead to major issues. Generation Z, born between 1996 and 2010 are admitting being tempted to lie on their resumes. Yikes. You can see the full report on this study done by GoBankingRates.com here. Would you lie on your resume to get a better job? The top 8 things people lie about are: work experience, dates of employment, job titles, reference, college education, responsibilities at previous roles, GPA and internship experience. Most of these should be pretty easily verifiable, right?
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