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Hey ,
Many people decide to take a career break to upgrade their professional skills and educational skills. It’s absolutely fine to start career in a startup, the learning curve is steep and one gets to acquire knowledge in the process. The company may close due to dynamics of changing Business scenario. You must mention it in the CV or the experience and knowledge acquired in the last 2 years will have gone in vain. So please mention it.

From India, Chennai
Dear Rajsingh,
It's very hard to believe you don't possess a hard copy of the project you did for a startup and naturally your prospective employer sure to doubt your claims for lack of hard evidence. I'm sure you should possess atleast the soft copy either on your laptop or in your PC. It won't sound better if you remove this period from your CV. People may have their own conclusions based on circumstantial evidences you made available, so you shouldn't mind a few misses comes in your career. So long as you tell the truth you won't be embarrassed or humiliated atleast. Keep moving forward as life has been mix of successes and failure for almost all.

From India, Bangalore

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