Job You Can Leave-Off Your Resume to Avoid Resume Gaps



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In this video I’ll show you which jobs you can safely leave off your resume and how to fill the employment gap that is left behind. Sometimes we only work a job for a few months and then leave, and those short stints make prospective employers question your candidacy. Resume Gaps draw a lot of attention from employers so you want to make sure that you don’t have any employment gaps. Explaining resume gaps and employment gaps is easy once you create a resume that minimizes the gaps you have.

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23 thoughts on “Job You Can Leave-Off Your Resume to Avoid Resume Gaps”

  1. benzedrex says:

    How can that info be omitted using LinkedIn or applying using companies' websites asking for month and year?

  2. Suede Dogs says:

    I have elongated a couple of jobs lately to fill some gaps . Thankfully the people i need to get references from ( ex employers) wers cool with this . Although where p45's are concerned, makes it a little difficult. The p45's dont match the start & end dates – luckily, no one has noticed so far.

  3. Tony Tonay says:

    Single handedly alleviating job interview anxiety one informative video at a time and leaping tall buildings in a single bound way to go Don G !

  4. ch012 says:

    Hi Don..Your video not only gave me a way but also brought peace in my mind. 🙂

  5. Rainy says:

    Hello Mr. Georgevich. Are you sure that background checks wouldn't be able to uncover a past employer? I ask because ever since i got fired from my three month teaching job in November 2019, i have been including that job in my resume because of all the conflicting information i have found in the internet, some saying that background checks will inevitably uncover anything in the teaching field and ruin me if i am caught lying. I really wish i could leave it off.

  6. NightSociety says:

    Don, if omitted a past job, is it okay to leave it off the job application as well? Employers may look for consistency.

  7. isactucker says:

    can you offer your books on Amazon? People are selling one book for 129 bucks on amazon.

  8. Abhishek Anand says:

    Should I take a coloured or black and white copy of my resume during the interview ?

  9. Quinn says:

    I am new to your channel and with this being the first video, I am definitely tuning into all other videos, as I update my resume and LinkedIn profile. Thank you for being so detailed!!!

  10. Robert Arnold says:

    I was told that recruiters & HR people hate functional resumes. Is that true? That is the style that I like to use.

  11. Rick Ellis says:

    Don, you’re a good man!

  12. Goal Inspired Career Coaching says:

    I like your content but I do not agree that you leave months off. No no no! I need to see everyone's months. That may be for the USA but if you are applying to Canadian jobs, you better have those dates on Sir. I find that writing a resume depends on where you are sending it. There is no cookie cutter way. Especially we are sending resumes to the Feds in Canada, we have to demonstrate the timing. I find that some of the advice on the internet is O.K. but there are certain nuances that make a difference to your success depending where you are sending your resume.

  13. Thomas Crawford says:

    There is such thing as lying by omission…

  14. Ranya A says:

    Hi Don …..You are awesome……out of this word. This is the most helpful video ever. I have a critical question to ask. Usually, when one applies to a company and he intends to not list a position he held by using YEARS instead of months/YEARS, how can he go around the online job application where the resume is uploaded. The online application is programmed with drop-down menus requesting the provision of months/YEARS of employment at each company listed. There will be a discrepancy between the resume and online application. Although the resume is not legally abiding, the online application has legal implication. Can you help solve this dilemma?

  15. Snags Hunt says:

    Lol this guy is great.

  16. S. Jones says:

    Isn't past job referenced somewhere on credit report.

  17. Aarti Pandey says:

    Thanks Don!

  18. shapesinaframe says:

    As someone who has spent the better part of a 25 year career as an independent contractor working 9-24 months on a job, it can be challenging to present a compelling narrative of experiences that doesn’t look like an unstable job-hopper at first glance. It looks like I’m going to have to let go of those big name businesses and demote them to a line item as a client of my business instead of showing them as an employer.

  19. Birendra Smith says:

    Hi this note is to thank you for all that you teach us . Thanks to all that is been taught I got called for an interview after applying the methods of resume writing. I was asked for references in 2 days and now i see the date for the job advert extended . what should I do.

  20. bobbie anne says:

    ok bc i wanted to become a stripper but if that didn’t work out i still want to be employable

  21. Li Elaine says:

    I heard that if we only list the year, it indicates that the candidate is hiding something…

  22. Khadija X says:

    Unfortunately, some jobs I've encountered, have asked for the month and even the date I was hired.

  23. Eugene Ax says:

    Just me, or do resumes feel super outdated in this digital world we live in?

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