Gap In Career Due To Personal Reason Resulting Career Path Change - CiteHR
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HI all,
this is pooja .i am HR professional with 2.7 yr experience but due to some personal reason i quite from job last year 2012 and when again i am looking for job in same area getting rejection or unsatisfatory result.i am getting demotivated and lack of confidence also.
worried about career growth. endly i joined bpo jan 2013 but not happy with role responsbilties as diff from hr.somehow .
where ever trying my resume not getting response.consultant initial calls me but then no response further knowing that i have reason behind gap in very general family issue.
please help me how can i come out form this.
Kind Thanks

Dear Pooja, do not get de motivated. you are in HR people expect you to give motivation and self confidence. you have mentioned the reason for gap is your personal. i therefore suggest you to mention the gap period as you are preparing for some higher studies entrances etc, but you could not get trough. there will be and is a solution for every problem, therefore you are advised not to get panic and worried. concentrate on what you can do, and how can you do it in a better manner. all the best and god bless you.
Why the gap in work for some genuine reasons be personal and otherwise for a year or so is considered and taken negatively by company HRs? Why can't a person take a work and start working again if the person is committed and ready to give his/her hundred percent.

hi thank you for provide solution can u suggest.
as i joined bpo in jan 13.and from sep 12- dec13 i have not worked anywhere.
so which resume i consider only last comp hr exp or this bpo exp also in which profile is diff from hr.
if bpo exp included then again question why pls share your revert

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