Fall is just around the corner. Kids are (or almost) back in school. Maybe you're starting to think about going back to work. It can be an overwhelming feeling. If you've been raising children, caring for sick loved ones or volunteering for an extended period, you may think you're out of the game and won't be able to rejoin the labor force.
It's time to start thinking about what you've been doing during your employment gap. Once you determine the skills you've been utilizing during your time away, you'll want to spend time refining your written and online presentation. There are clear and clever ways to address gaps and inconsistent work history that will help you get an interview. Ask yourself the following questions: