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5 Better Ways to Talk About the 5 Most Common Resume Gaps

So, you’ve got a gap in your resume? Maybe you decided to travel, or go back to school, or maybe you looked after a sick relative, or you took time out to be a parent yourself. Whatever the reason, you’re probably feeling like your job hunt is going to be that much harder. Surely any recruiter looking at your resume is going to run a mile away.

Original article: https://www.themuse.com/advice/explain-resume-gap-interview-right-way?bsft_eid=a600898a-fd1f-47b8-8e6e-759ad73b6200&utm_campaign=daily_20180216&utm_source=blueshift&utm_medium=email&utm_content=daily_20180216&bsft_clkid=37172aef-1f6f-44da-93a5-5f92385e2f3e&bsft_uid=e26f4aaa-4804-4d00-b7b1-6f4893dc2f53&bsft_mid=b28d49aa-0b18-4073-841b-68536ea6e1ad

2 thoughts on “5 Better Ways to Talk About the 5 Most Common Resume Gaps”

  1. Thanks very much for the article. I love your approach in this article explaining what you said. It definitely helps when candidates having a resume gap and when they get confuse in how to explain it on resume or in job interview. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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