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ANSWERED: How To Explain A Large Gap In Your Work History

In this week's episode of Well This Happened, we discussed Rich's tough situation.

Rich left his job to take care of a sick family member. Now, 2 years later, Rich is trying to re-enter the work force. However, he's finding it difficult to explain that 2 year gap in his work history during interviews. We asked you how you would answer this question, did you guess correctly? Find out if you won here!



It can be challenging to answer questions like this. You don't want to seem like you're brushing the question off, but you also don't want to give out too much information.

So, how should Rich answer this tough question at his next job interview?

Find out by watching the video below!

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