I mentioned in my recent article that faking your résumé for a job is relatively worse than breaking someone's heart, assuming that your relationship with your coworkers at your job and that "someone" is of an equal level:
What is your opinion on this?
I personally feel that breaking someone’s heart is worse than faking my resume. Although either of these two things are not morally right, I would be more okay with slightly faking my resume. Let’s say I got the job; I could learn, improve myself and make up for my lack of required competence and skills. In a sense, I would put in so much effort and motivation. But I wouldn’t want to break someone’s heart (especially if that person genuinely cared our me) because I wouldn’t want to hurt other’s feelings just like I wouldn’t want mine to be hurt.
See, I don‘t have a definite answer for this. I would rather make my resume look good and get a job that can pay my bills rather than break someone’s heart (assuming it is someone I love) because when it comes to the job, I most likely won’t straight up lie, it’s more of rephrasing what you’re good at to make it look a lot better than it actually is.