Addressing Employment Gaps on Your Resume
Are you returning to work after a prolonged absence?
Employment gaps in resumes are not ideal, but there are ways to handle them positively so that prospective employers don’t balk at them.
As a job applicant returning to the workforce after a period of time, how do you handle these missing years on your resume?
In my article Resumes for Returning Workers I talk about several ways to address employment gaps in your work history.
I cover the following topics on employment gaps :
- Common Reasons for Employment Gaps
- Which Resume Format Works Best?
- Put Your Best Foot Forward
- Tips for Re-Entering the Same Field
- What Else Can Be Added to the Resume?
- Remain Professional, Not Personal
Click here for the full article.
Take the time to objectively and professionally prepare your resume to accurately present your skills, accomplishments, and work experience to your best advantage.
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