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18. Be Prepared to Discuss any Gaps in Employment

To increase your chances of success in a job interview, it’s important to be ready to discuss any gaps in your employment history. Employers often ask about these gaps to understand your work history and evaluate your commitment to your career.

To prepare for this question, clearly understand your work history and the reasons for any gaps. Then, focus on the positive experiences and skills you gained during that time, such as volunteer work or personal projects demonstrating your commitment to your field.

Be honest and transparent about any gaps in employment. For example, if you took time off for personal reasons, simply explain that to the interviewer. Doing so can demonstrate your professionalism and commitment to your career.

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