It can be difficult if you've never worked before and it shows on your resume, but the worst thing you can do to fix that is lie about work experience, according to The Journal Gazette
Your resume tells potential everything they need to know about you. It tells them everything they need to know about your work experience but unfortunately, there are people so desperate out there to find work that they resort to websites like careerexcuse.com
, that help them create fake resumes. Some even provide numbers for references. Despite popular belief that your potential employer will never find out, they can.
What can employers do? They can do a reverse telephone search via the Internet to find out who owns the phone given as the contact number. Employers should also make sure the candidate job history matches watch is listed on their résumé.
For more in depth research, state on job application for a background check including work history, residences, dates of employment, etc. During the interview process, ask specific, technical questions to determine the candidate's mastery of the information.
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