What you say on your resume matters. It's important to be honest, accurate, and to not exaggerate your qualifications or experience.
Why does that matter? First of all, if you don't tell the truth it could come back to haunt you - either before you get a job offer or in the future. There have been plenty of people fired years after the fact because they lied on their resume to get a job.
It's also important to get the facts straight. When you list results - goals you've met, sales numbers you've made, anything quantifiable, be sure what you tell the interviewer matches what's on your resume. Again, if you're not honest, it's going to be an issue for potential employers.
Here's more information on keeping your resume honest - and why what you include on your resume matters.
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