Fudged Resume in a Difficult Economy

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JEFFREY PILLOW is a contributing writer for The Nervous Breakdown and Hoops Addict. He lives in Charlottesville with his wife, daughter, and dog -- three separate entities. A certified basketball junkie, he also loves cheddar cheese and poorly crafted science fiction thriller films involving cold-blooded animals and bad acting. SEE Shark Attack 3: Megalodon. His work has appeared on Yahoo! Sports, USA Today, and 16 Blocks magazine et al. Visit him online at www.jeffreypillow.com.

5 responses to “Fudged Resume in a Difficult Economy”

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  2. Richard Cox says:

    Dude with the orange tie has got some long legs. And he rides those britches up pretty high. Haha’ing.

  3. Tif says:

    Who knows how to write a good resume to get hired?

  4. Klais Last says:

    Tif, good afternoon. I can give you a hint concerning this. I just know what it’s like to look for a job for a long time. No one could help me with that, plus I wanted to get a job as a software engineer. It’s not easy now, there’s a lot of competition for every job like that. Luckily I found a https://resumeedge.com/samples/software-engineer-lead-resume-sample specialist who can help me with that and a resume example. That’s how I got a good resume and got a job fast!

  5. Alison says:

    I am sure that fudged resume will destroy your career. Your employer will give you a task you will not be able to manage. It is better to write your document honestly with the professional skills that you really have. You can check the list of them here: https://resumeperk.com/blog/10-professional-resume-skills-for-all-types-of-jobs

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