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RoyApril 3, 2009 4:54 PM

There is one rarely used avenue for checking trustworthiness: fully investigating everything on the person's resume, work history, and educational history.

I would not trust HR people to do this because their own backgrounds are almost certainly 'storified', to put it kindly.

Roy (again)April 3, 2009 4:58 PM

People trust safe deposit boxes because opening one takes five-way joint cooperation -- your key, the bank's key, the person who opens the vault, the timer that allows the vault to open, and whoever opens the bank in the morning.

Ronald June 29, 2018 4:43 AM

I don’t think you need the interview practice. Firstly, thinks about your resume. In most cases, this what your interview is. If it will succeed – you are succeeding. So you can follow the link https://top5resumewriting.services/, for example. If you want to order a resume somewhere, be attentive to their style. Be sure to verify whether a professional will be working with your resume or not. There are billions on nuances here.

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