写作简历时有大家经常犯的大错误，那"言过于实"。点是毕业生要牢记，写简历，写小说，要实事求是。大家都想在简历中能够尽地出的能力，让能在众多的求职者中脱颖而出，点无可厚非，过分地在简历中夸大只能适得其反，要记住，"白色的谎言"仍然是谎言。招聘你简历中夸大其词，你将会被毫不犹豫地淘汰。 Every year, I see resumes from students who try to "stretch the truth" in order to sound more desirable on paper. Resume inflation. This lack of honesty, when discovered, becomes an instant knockout factor which disqualifies that person from further consideration. Corporate recruiters are paid to screen people out, and the quickest and surest way to do so is when a "white lie" (it is still a lie, white or black) or exaggeration is found. A recent graduate attempted to show experience in a computer language by placing it on his resume. It generated calls, but it also generated rejection letters when it became apparent that he did not really have a foundational understanding of the language. Doors were shut (very hard, I might add) which could have otherwise been open to him. Remember, the resume is not a work of fiction. While it should emphasize the positive, it should never emphasize what does not exist.