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Need Suggestion for Career Gap

By namita.gpt ·
Need your suggestion related to my career.
In 2006 I have completed my MCA and join the software firm ,worked there for 11 months(in .Net) then got good offer join some Big firm& due to recession I was able to work there for 8-9 months(in Mainframe),total work experience was 1.9 yrs(left job in feb 2008)After that I tried lot but din't get job.
In 2009 worked in Compter institute for some months but don't have any Exp. letter and in 2010 join as lecturer in Engineering College,left job in 2011 and got married in 2011 ,now in 2013 want to again join the Software firm.

How to show my gap and how to represent my CV to be effective.

Your Help and suggestion give me a good and bright turn in my Career and life.

Waiting for your kind reply.


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tell the truth

by john.a.wills In reply to Need Suggestion for Caree ...

I had an unemployment spell of over 5 years. After the introductory stuff about skills I headed a section "Work History (excerpts)", missing out not only my 5 years unemployment but a short job with a firm which turned out to be crooked and some non-IT stuff. A reader might assume me to have been in non-IT employment in such times and, if not, he would ask and I would tell the truth.

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Career suggestion

by mohansaran87 In reply to Need Suggestion for Caree ...

I completed B.SC Bot on 2007.Then I joined in pharmaceuticals company as a medical representative .I have 5exp in pharma as medical rep añd as a area manager ,I have 6 months.Then I joined in Branch banking job in leading bank for 15 months.Now I am unemployed for last 16 months .Now I am looking jobs in banking sector What suggestion u will give me .

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Believe in your talent

by jaydendill In reply to Need Suggestion for Caree ...

Most of us think that career gap is a barrier to get a better job. It is just unnecessary is you believe in your talent. So, you meant that you didn't get any <a href="">tickets</a> to start your career. Don't worry at all. You have a number of options nowadays. You can start your own business with your knowledge in .net and programming experience. Hence the career gap doesn't matter. It just keeps you unmoved.

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