Job seekers hate writing one and hiring managers hate going through thousands of them. Resumes are one of those things that most say will die out in a couple years. Among them are the online pundits who guarantee that services like LinkedIn will some day wipe out resumes altogether. That, however, is more than unlikely to happen. As long as there are people looking for jobs and there are people looking to hire someone, resume will live on in one way or another. When writing resumes, it seems like most of us tend to exaggerate things a little. This infographic talks about the dishonest tradition of fudging the facts on a resume. Enjoy!
The Tradition of Fudging The Facts On a Resume
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