The title this post may be a little deceiving. In no way do I advocate or encourage lying or fudging numbers on your resume. However, there are certain things that you should be keeping off of your resume.
Despite your personal disdain for a coworker or a former boss, this information has no business on your resume. The last thing a potential employer wants to see is how badly you felt about a previous employer.
They want to bring in a team player that’s excited about the opportunity that is being presented to them. You may have had a different idea of what your previous job duties would entail, but if they didn’t align with your expectations do not broadcast this on your resume or in your interview for that matter.
[Source: Business Insider]
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