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What Lies Have You Told During A Job Interview?




Vince Fortunato (L) shakes hands with a job applicant during a job interview at the Career Link Center One Stop job center May 7, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
Vince Fortunato (L) shakes hands with a job applicant during a job interview at the Career Link Center One Stop job center May 7, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
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Most of us tell white lies in social situations, whether to make someone else feel comfortable or to present ourselves in a more positive light. 

And according to a recent piece in the Wall Street Journal, this dynamic is exaggerated by the job interview process, in which both candidate and hiring manager fib their way into optimizing the conversation for themselves. 

And that got us thinking… what are the lies that you’ve told during the job interview process? What are the wildest things you’ve said or exaggerated to land (on not) the job? We want to hear your stories at  866-893-5722.