In the past it felt like recruiters and hiring managers everywhere would SHUDDER if they noticed even a month gap in your work experience. We were told we should NEVER leave a job without another to go to, and we should be ready to fully explain ourselves in an interview.
In the modern world, are resume gaps even a big deal anymore? In this week’s episode Sarah and Emma talk about how perceptions have changed, and what hiring managers and recruiters are really thinking when they see your experience gap. We talk you through how to present things on your resume, and how to tackle the conversation at job interview stage.
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