Traditionally, employment gaps on resumes have been a source of concern to hiring managers. Some recruiters assumed that people with resume gaps might be bad employees or undesirable — and therefore unhireable — for some other reason. Even for women who took time off to raise children, employment gaps could spell trouble during a job search.
The pandemic may have turned this old thinking on its head. With millions of people — the majority of them being women — leaving the workforce for various reasons, there is some recognition among recruiters and hiring managers that there may be more factors to consider when they encounter (read more here)
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