In the age of e-resumes and data systems that store millions upon millions of historical documents, recruiters and employers now have the ability to look longitudinally at information in resumes provided by candidates over many years and map the “content drift” of this information. This provides an entirely new way of determining a candidate’s veracity when it comes to his or her employment history.
RESUMES ON STEROIDS AND SINS OF OMISSION
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