Your résumé is one of the most important tools in your job-search kit.
Whether you’re a recent college grad or someone planning a career move, this slip of paper (or virtual document) must be polished if you want to impress hiring managers.
These career marketing tools often leave even experienced professionals scratching their heads, though.
Here are answers to a few common questions and how to make your CV work for you:
It can be hard to sell this as a positive experience to a potential employer, but it can be done. Explain the benefits or life experience you gained from this time, and it could even be a good conversation starter during an interview.
Here is one way she says you could market this “time off”:
List your gap year under experience