The right side: legitimate, hard-working newcomers, fighting the good fight to get their 1st break, who wouldn’t ever think of having one iota of embellishment on their resume.
The wrong side: fraudsters who have a completely made-up resume, filled with company’s they’ve never worked for, experiences they haven’t achieved, and skills they’ve never acquired.
There’s plenty of blame (responsibility) to go around (and it’s not just with the fraudster), and I’d like to think I understand most of the economical dynamics of why this occurs, as I’m caught in the cross-hairs.
Nonetheless, it can be pretty frustrating to deal with.
Maybe Andy Dufresne said it best:
“Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.” – The Shawshank Redemption