After you have written a draft, you could ask a teacher to read it over or upload to the private Personal Statement section on TSR to get feedback.
If it isn’t important then there’s no point in lying.
What subject are you applying for?
If you haven't got a job that's relevant, talk instead about the experiences you've had that are relevant. If they check and find you've been dishonest you can pretty much forget getting into that Uni.
When writing a personal statement, applying for a course such as business and economics should the personal statement be geared more towards one of the subjects or both equally
Recently did labouring job and plan on applying to an economics course just wondering how I can apply what I’ve learnt from labouring to economics in my personal statement. Or does work experience even have to be directly linked to your specific course or should I just state that I’ve done it?