Volunteer Between Jobs To Fill Gaps On Your Resume

Volunteer Between Jobs To Fill Gaps On Your Resume

Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, but it can also fill in large gaps in your resume between jobs.

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Free Money Finance explains that volunteering lets your potential employer see that you still remained busy and productive, even though you were unemployed. Employers commonly ask what you did between jobs, and volunteering gives you a great answer. So if you aren’t working at the moment, consider volunteering.

Grow Your Career by Volunteering [Free Money Finance]

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