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Wipro tDQb17
Mar 10 28 Comments

By mistake,. I mentioned my Maste degree as "MS" instead of "M.Tech" in my resume. Facebook recruitment team is about to send me the offer letter. They have asked my salary details, personal details and also 2 references for verification related purposes it seems.

Should I email them and update that, there was a mistake in my resume?

I have done 3 years of B.S + 2 Years of M.Tech in System Engineering.

Actually what happened is that, while I was pursing the course, University has changed the title to M.Tech for all batches starting from our batch during my final year.

Just confused here, whether this will create any problem in my background verification. I don't want to lose my dream job for a silly mistake like this.

Please let me know.

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    This is a non issue. No matter how you abbreviate it, a masters is a masters is a masters for all intents and purposes in the business world.
    Mar 10 3
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      So I can ignore it?
      Mar 10
    • Facebook / Design XXX porno
      Yes, ignore. The background check people might make note of a minor discrepancy, but people have these discrepancies all the time. It is not as if you put PhD or D.Phil.
      Mar 10
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      Thank you :)
      Mar 10
  • New New •
    Moving from Wipro to FB, that's a big jump. How did you do that?
    Mar 10 5
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      Will come back here and surely post the details once I get the offer in hand :)
      Mar 10
    • Facebook woakamaa
      Yea genuinely curious as well. What position is this?
      Mar 10
    • Cisco bitset
      True, Fb is very hard especially if anyone is not in ‘diversity ‘ quotas
      Mar 10
    • Twitch ~-~
      I spotted a white dude who got rejected from FB.
      Mar 10
    • Cisco bitset
      Diversity is not just white vs black. I am talking more in terms of man vs women
      Mar 10
  • What do you mean by "they have asked my salary details"?
    You know that's illegal, right?
    Mar 10 9
    • New New •
      This is not India. Asking salary is illegal here. Just tell them you aren't sure why current salary details are required, and that you would like to be paid as per your skills and experience.
      Mar 10
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      @BarFoo This is not for India. It's for London
      Mar 10
    • New New •
      I am not sure about London. In the US, current salary details are not required.
      Mar 10
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      I wish, If everywhere it was like that. I personally don't like to disclose my salary to anyone. Not only to recruiters, but also to my relatives 😅
      Mar 10
    • You don't have to answer though. That's voluntary
      Mar 10
  • F5 Networks / Product hmm....
    That’s a non-issue. Don’t bother.
    Mar 10 1
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      Thank you :)
      Mar 10
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    That's not an issue. Good luck with FB.
    Mar 10 1
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      Thank you :)
      Mar 10
  • Teradata awsmblsm
    *lose not loose
    Mar 10 1
    • Wipro tDQb17
      OP
      Typo 😅 Thanks for pointing out :)
      Mar 10
  • Wipro tDQb17
    OP
    I'm overwhelmed with the response I got from you guys. I was bit worried. Thank you all for the swift help :)
    Mar 10 0
  • SAP ksYR03
    What’s ur TC range and what level ?
    May 18 0

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