Depends on the job. If you want a real job, a firing is detrimental. Entry level doesn't matter as much, but you want to leave the bad info off. If they ask they ask, most of the time, they never actually look, HR does the background check, if you have no red flags, they aren't calling your formers. Again, depending on the job. And if you've been fired, it's probably best to go entry level and rebuild anyway. You don't want glaring omissions, but you are trying to sell yourself.
@Floppy2112 never been fired so wouldn't have those issues
I was when I was a teenager. It still sucked, but never again.
@Floppy2112 well that's good!
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