[Fast Company] Dos & Don’ts When Addressing A Gap In Your Resume 

[Fast Company] Dos & Don’ts When Addressing A Gap In Your Resume 

March 13, 2018

Recruiter Sjoerd Gehring offers up several response options when a hiring manager asks about a gap in your resume. Guess what? It’s not the end of the world, but it is a conversation that requires preparation. It’s important to always speak truthfully about your background and experience, the way in which you present yourself and disclose information can make a world of difference.

Click through to the article to learn how Gehring recommends talking about the following gap scenarios:

  • Quit to travel the world
  • Were laid off
  • Went back to school
  • Took time off for health reasons
  • Took care of a family member

Check out the full article here!


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