One of the hallmarks of the Trump presidency is a low unemployment rate across all classes. There are plenty of jobs -- so why fib on your resume when trying to land one?

Most don't, but a few do.
Fox News reports on a new survey that shows in the dog-eat-dog world of job hunting,
millennials tend to lie the most on their resumes.
GoBankingRates.com surveyed more than 1,000 individuals of various age groups and found that for the most part, people tell the truth on their resumes with just 5% admitting to lying. Millennials, however, are twice as likely to lie at 11%.
Generation Z, born between 1996 and 2010, admits to being the most "tempted to lie," with 14% claiming they considered it when applying for jobs.
These are the career areas most often enhanced by a lie:
  1. Work Experience – 38 percent
  2. Dates of employment – 31 percent
  3. Job titles – 16 percent
  4. Reference – 15 percent
  5. College Education – 11 percent
  6. Responsibilities at previous roles – 7 percent
  7. GPA – 4 percent
  8. Internship experience – 2 percent