A gap in your resume is always stressful to explain, even if it’s out of your control. Whether you’re unemployed due to the pandemic or took time off to take care of your family, explaining your employment gap during an interview is enough to make anyone nervous.
However, explaining your resume gap doesn’t have to be that stressful. If you do it right, you can focus on what you learned and the positives that you took away from the experience. Keep reading to learn how to explain the 5 most common types of resume gaps.