Don't overshare about why you were fired

04/18/2010 | BNET

If you are fired from a job -- no matter what the reason -- you don't want to lie about it on a job application, but nor do you want to dwell on the details, Suzanne Lucas writes. Just say it was an "involuntary termination" or that you were fired for violating a certain policy, she writes. "I know you are dying to share the story of how unfair it all was ... but it won't help you," she writes.

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