In all the years I have been employed, I don't think I have ever lied about my salary; and even if one would want to lie about their remuneration, how can they? At some point during the interview process, the HR will ask for three months pay slip, right?
And, if you're found out, "your credibility is diminished, and your entire career could suffer," says Lee Miller, author of Get More Money in Your Next Job ... in Any Economy.
But this interesting article I found on CNNMoney.com reveals that there is nothing called 'real honesty'.
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23% of job seekers say they have lied or would lie during the job interview process, according to a recent poll by Vault.com.
So, where do you draw the line between fact and fiction when it comes to your salary and what will give you the negotiating power you