New graduates to the jobs market are a saucy, deceitful bunch, according to a survey that highlights the lengths to which they are prepared to go to get their perfect job. The survey by Pareto Law, a graduate recruitment company, found that more than one in ten would be prepared to sleep with someone to secure their dream job. Three quarters would lie about their skills on their CV, 30 per cent would lie about their experience and 15 per cent would lie in the interview.
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