I was in a group recently having a discussion. Keep in mind that this was NOT a law enforcement group, but rather a group of mostly private sector employees. Anyway, one woman mentioned that she had been applying for a number of jobs, but wasn't getting any calls for interviews. She stated that she suspected the reason was that she listed her Master of Arts degree. She continue by stating that she started just listing her Bachelor of Arts degree and leaving off her graduate degree and the calls for interviews increased. I fully realize that the above scenario may have been coincidental and that she may have received calls for job interviews and/or eventual job offer(s) even if she did list her graduate degree. Anyway, lets here it from my fellow list members, is omitting a degree that you do have ethical or not. Most people would agree that listing a degree that you do not have is not ethical, but is this the same or not?
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