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Date Signed Up:2/13/2014
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#404 - <MFW this whole mess of a debate. Never did I think I w…  [+] (1 reply) 09/27/2016 on New: Presidential Debate Live +3
#532 - anon (09/27/2016) [-]
You sound like a true Hillary cult follower
#1 - I never understood why people would lie about their skills in …  [+] (15 replies) 09/04/2016 on slippery slope +277
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#39 - toosexyforyou (09/05/2016) [-]
If you can't understand why someone would lie on a resume then you're fucking retarded. It's pretty simple, they don't have the skills required for the job but they still want to be hired so they lie. Also, in this post it said he put the part about mastering piano at 15 in his cv, not the resume so this job has nothing to do with playing a piano but the board of directors for the company wants to hear it.
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#37 - fistings (09/05/2016) [-]
I lied in an interview/application about being able to drive stick (I was going for a job at a car dealership with my friends) I lied so I would get the job. I learned how to drive stick later though
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#40 - fluttergrey (09/05/2016) [-]
Yeah, obviously the guy in question was going to master the piano at the age of 15... once technology could let him.
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#36 - jusbox (09/05/2016) [-]
Well, having extra skills can be the deciding factor.
Say you have two applicants for a job, and they both qualify equally. They meet all requirements and are both equally capable of performing the job 100%.
The only difference between the applicants is that one of them have a useful (but not requiered) skill. One of them have nothing extra to bring to the table, but the other applicant knows first aid (or at least claims so).

As an employer, would you hire the person that can do the job and only the job? Or would you hire the person that can get the job done and help out in a potential emergency?

It's a fairly easy choice.
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#24 - buckymcbadbait (09/04/2016) [-]
Some people just have more dollars than sense
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#14 - derpthefifth (09/04/2016) [-]
This.
I mean if you're going to lie at least have a plausible excuse for not being able to perform that lasts long enough for you to actually learn the skill.
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#12 - mondominiman (09/04/2016) [-]
A lot of jobs train new hires so they know how things are done at that particular job.
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#5 - ssjkirby (09/04/2016) [-]
It's a lot harder to get a job than keep a job.
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#6 - ssjkirby (09/04/2016) [-]
Whenever you are interviewing, they will always pick the strongest applicant.

You only get fired when something goes wrong.
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#13 - schwantz (09/04/2016) [-]
Lol u reply to urself
#11 - anon (09/04/2016) [-]
like lying on resume?
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#4 - aximil (09/04/2016) [-]
I can barely heat myself up some microwave dinners but I'm going to tell you I can make 5-star gourmet meals. Will you hire me? I promise to freak out when I realize I'm going to have to put those skills to the test.
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#3 - bemymaster (09/04/2016) [-]
honesty is the most valuable skill to have!
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#8 - zytherman (09/04/2016) [-]
Implying Dank Meme shitposting isn't a better skill
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#2 - amuzen (09/04/2016) [-]
Happens pretty often, a lot of those side sills are just because when they see them they think that you as a person are smarter, more skillful, and more determined than other people that didn't learn those skills.
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