Fake It Until You Make It
We’ve all lied on our resume, whether it was about our tasks at our previous jobs or the length of time we spent working somewhere. It’s become a common thing to lie on your resume in an effort to be the best applicant possible. But when the job asks why you want to work at that company, most of us tell our biggest lie. The job is usually looking for specific reasons like wanting to work with their staff or believing in the same values and goals. But the truth is, most of us want to work somewhere because we’re running out of money and don’t want to starve. Even though this Reddit post shared our dirty secret, at least our employers won’t believe we’re the ones needing a job solely to eat (via DasEvoli).