Ramsey's reset test (i.e. Omitted variable bias test) result interpretation

I have the Ramsey's reset test result to find whether my regression has any omitted variable bias. I have the following result and shall I say I do or do not have omitted variable bias and why?

 > resettest(pt_logit)

RESET test

data:  pt_logit
RESET = 79.125, df1 = 2, df2 = 20375, p-value < 2.2e-16


These predictors were squared (power = 2) and added to the original model to create a new model. And an F-test was used to compare your original model to this new model. The F-test was statistically significant suggesting that at least one of the squared continuous predictors is a statistically significant predictor of your outcome.