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hi, im not working sicne past 9month, what would be answer if interviwer asked why you not working sicne long ? priya
From India, Mumbai
The answer depends upon what you were doing during the past 9 months.
From United Kingdom
" if you speak the truth you don’t have to remember anything " - Mark Twain
From United States, New York
Hi,
Yes it definitely depends on various situations, as gap in CV leaves a very bad image to any employer, but we all are human beings, some incidents,accidents happens some times when we are unable to continue our job, it depends on situations and conditions.
Brief your cause of gap to interviewer if it was due to family issues, health issues, if possible keep proper records f any ,
Say the true things to employer, they should know and realize that you telling the truth,
Apart of this sharp your personality,skills,upgrade and update your knowledge trade wise,answer their questions confidently,if not aware of any question say sorry to them politely ,your spark should be seen by them in you , zeal,confidence,passion to work such things fullfills such gaps soe time.
Best wishes

From India, Lucknow
Employment Gaps - or short stints in many - are a problem many candidates face. While the reasons could be genuine, not putting them properly can considerably reduce your chances of getting even the interview call !
Recently, somebody asked the some question at our Website which motivated me to write a small article on the Subject.
Find it at :
How to explain Career Gap and establish suitability for the job ? - from Helping Top Talent Stand Out !
Have a look and post in your experiences as well !

From United States, New York
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