>this is an entry-level position
>requirements: you need two years of experience in this field
As someone who has lied on resumes and been told by basically everyone that you're supposed to lie on resumes, I'm beginning to wonder how many poor/unemployed people are simply autistically honest?
I pray every night to die in my sleep
>pride my adulthood on being as honest as possible
>rewarded with nothing while everyone who lies get ahead
On my next round of applications I'm just gonna list fake references everywhere and see what happens since being truthful just hasn't worked out for me
When will you queers realize these fucking things are written by HR goons who have no idea what the fuck they are talking about?
Chances are, the bottom 96% of applicants don't have any of this unrealistic experience. Pretty up your resume, and fill out the application. Worst they can do is say no.
>3+ years experience
>must be available to work weekends, nights and holidays
>5 references needed
>online application and questionnaire takes 2 hours to fill out
>8$/hr, no benefits
The nerve some of these fucking niggers have
>8%/hr no benefits
those are the only two problems I think I can get by. By lying to them of experience. They might check references so shit,...
who the hell pays that much anyway
how do I get good at lying and manipulating people /r9k/. Being raised to be honest and try to be a good person clearly fucks you over. seems like it would be fun to see if you can do it. Yes I'm a bitter cunt like a lot of others here.
if you act calm and confident they will never know you're lying, dont panic dont react,
liars caught out get angry and hot tempered or shy and nervous and flighty so just dont