If you’re between the ages of 27 and 37, you needn’t worry; you’re in what Johnson Mandell calls the “sweet spot”–young enough to be hip and relevant but not old enough where you might appear to be out of it. If you’re not, you’ve got work to do. While she doesn’t recommend saying you’re 35 when you’re 45, Johnson Mandell does suggest that you do everything you can to cover up how old you are. She used to recommend hiding their age for people over 40, but she says it can also help those who are fresh out of school who want to appear older and more experienced. … [Read more...] about Is It Ever Okay To Lie About Your Age On Your Resume?