Fortune 500 Recruiter Reveals the
Dirty Secrets About How Your
Overly-Honest Resume Can Earn
a First-Class Ticket to the Trash Pile
Welcome to Fake Resume, home of the instantly-downloadable e-book The Machiavellian Guide to Getting a Job. What you are about to learn today may shock you, and if you are an honest, hard-working contributor to society, it will understandably make you angry.
I was a Fortune 500 Executive Recruiter for 16 years
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For 16 years I worked as a recruiter, otherwise known as a head hunter. It was my single purpose in life to find the very best people for my clients. My list of clients were mostly large Fortune 500 companies who wanted the best talent money could buy. I learned the hard way that the best person for the job IS NOT the person that gets hired. In fact, some of the most talented, hard working people I’d ever met were often unemployed the longest! Why? Simple, because they were too honest. They didn’t know how to play “the game.” And because they didn’t understand the rules, they lost out to less talented, less motivated people who did play the game.
You'll always be beaten to the job by somebody less deserving, unless you learn how to play the game
The hiring practices that I saw infuriated me and inspired me to write the underground guide. (I was so disgusted that I eventually left that job.) I saw good, honest people who were capabale of exceling at the jobs they applied for, being pushed aside in favor of less capable people who were essentially phonies. I'm sure you have seen this at the workplace yourself. The butt-kissers and the cheaters who get away with doing little work are propelled to the top, leaving the honest, hard-working folk to do the real work. Well, guess what, those same people are using the same tactics on their resumes. How do you stand a chance?
Did you know that a resume is not a legally-binding document?
Let's be clear about what I'm advocating here. Say you are applying for a job, and you know that you can not only do the job, but you can do it well. Yet, you may have less than the 5 years of experience they are asking for. Or they may want you to have a totally irrelevant degree. But you may be able to do the job better than someone with the 5 years experience, and better than someone with the irrelevant degree. And we both know who's going to get the job. For all you know, the person who gets the job may say on his resume that he has the 5 years of experience and the useless degree when he doesn't. And then there are the cases in which someone else in the company took credit for (yes, stole) another's work or project. The credit is in the thief's resume! The fact that you found your way to this website means that I don't need to convince you that this sort of thing happens, and it is not uncommon for the thief to be the boss!
Telling the Truth May Make you "Unemployable"
And to make matters worse, once you've been unemployed for more than six months, you're considered pretty much unemployable. How fair is that? Companies assume that since other people have already passed you over, there must be something wrong with you. You may have seen some job ads saying, “Don’t bother applying if you’re unemployed.” Doesn’t it just make you mad?
Allow me to help you benefit from my years of experience to create a killer resume without the red flags
I have literally examined hundreds of thousands of resumes and have seen the ugly phenomenon of perfectly good job candidates having their resumes trashed.
I started to notice trends, and patterns in the kinds of things that people included in resumes that got people job interviews and inevitably, job offers. In contrast, others that lacked those seemingly inconsequential details were dumped into the garbage can.
In my underground e-book, The Machiavellian Guide to Getting a Job, I will teach you how to tell them what they want to hear. (There's a reason why it's referred to as “underground” - hiring managers do not want you to know the dirty secrets.) Remember that the person doing the hiring wants to look good to his/her manager in terms of hiring the “perfect employee” (yeah, right!), and human nature is such that they are predisposed to rejecting resumes that fall short of their fantasies. Yet, ironically, here is the catch:
Your resume will automatically be downgraded
Why? As I will show you in the book, hiring folk know about the research and studies that show that a huge percentage of people lie on their resumes (e.g., 20% state fradulent degrees, 27% give falsified references; the list goes on). Overall, hiring folks will just assume that about a third of your resume is a fabrication or embellishment. Think about that for a moment. If your resume is completely honest, after it is automatically downgraded by the hiring folk, you are not going to be looking too good are you?
If you're wondering, “How often do people lie on their resumes?”, according to “Hire Right” (a firm that specializes in employee background checks), as much as 80% of resumes are in some way misleading. And here is a list of some very successful people who lied on their resumes (and it did not stop them becoming very successful: some of them are billionares).
The name of the game is to get your foot in the door
I can't stress this enough. You must get your foot in the door somehow, in some way. If nobody calls you, if your resume went to the trash pile before anybody from the company spoke to you, your entire application was a complete waste of time. You may as well not have applied. In The Machiavellian Guide to Getting a Job, I will teach you how to get your foot in the door. Once you get a foot in, the situation turns dramatically from your effective non-existence to actually having a chance. Here is a taste of some of the things we'll cover:
How to fill the gaps in your employment history
foolproof methods to add experience to
The best way to get fake references
Why the amount you can lie and get away with is tied to your age
How to pass a background check
The 3 things you must put in your resume to get your phone ringing off the hook with job
The 4 things that must NEVER be in your resume that will guarantee you won't get called
The main reason good liars get job offers and honest people don't!
How to get College transcripts from ANY University with any GPA you want!
How to determine when you should NOT lie!
How to determine how much bullshit will get the best results: bullshit on your resume in the right measure and in the right way!
Why most cover letters get your resume trashed before it ever gets read!
Why you should NEVER divulge your salary history to a prospective employer (if you do, you're
almost guaranteed to not get the job
Why you should never put your home address on your resume
What to do if the job you're applying for requires your past
The 8 job interview mistakes that will kill your chances of getting the
How to rig your resume so it gets picked by the new automated Human Resources systems
Why you should never fax or mail your resume
The 3 types of job hunters and which one usually gets the job (It's not the one that you think)
Why you should lie on your resume but NOT on a job application (hint: it's a legal reason)
Why you can't afford not to lie on your resume
Why people lose job offers because of Facebook, Twitter and Myspace and how not to be one of
And much, much more...
Also check out the Table of Contents of the instantly-downloadable e-book.
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Isn't It Unethical to Fudge a Resume or CV?
Let's talk about ethics, shall we? Do you think the executives at the top of the food chain in a company care about you and your family? What are their priorities in life? In case you haven't realized it, you are simply a tool to make profit for a company and everyone who has a stake in it.
The banksters certainly weren't concerned with ethics when they pushed loans that they knew most home buyers couldn't pay back. Nor were they concerned with ethics when they then turned around and sold those crappy loans to their investment clients as “Grade AAA+.”
People’s retirement plans and 401K's were wiped out after having worked almost 20 years. A particular large airline renegotiated the pension plans of their flight attendants. How mad would you be if you were told that if you worked your ass off for a company for 20 plus years you'd be guaranteed a certain amount and now that you're close to retiring they rewrite the rules? How's that for ethical?
Corporations Are More Unethical Than You Could Ever Be
The executives that were interviewed didn’t seem too concerned about the lack of ethics they displayed in cutting out the guts of the retirement of loyal employees that worked thousands of hours based upon a promise made to them.
How about all the people that work overtime UNPAID and than get laid off right before the Holidays?!?! Perhaps you're one of those people who has worked more hours than you needed to and have handled more job responsibilities than what you were originally hired for? Is that ethical?
How many wedding anniversaries have you missed? How many Little League games have you missed? How many birthdays did you miss because you were being a loyal, ethical employee? Putting in the extra time to help the company, only to end up laid off or passed over for the big promotion you were expecting?
How ethical is it for companies to expect you to work like a slave and then treat you like dirt? Perhaps your loyalty should be to yourself, your family and your friends that look out for you and take care of you. Gone are the days when you could put in your time and count on having job security.
Sorry, but you don’t fit into the equation other than as a method to squeeze out even more work out of, like a juicer squeezes every last bit of juice out of an orange. Not a pretty sight is it? Don't you want a better life for yourself? Don't you want a better life for your family? Invest in yourself: if you don't, who will?
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