Priyainbox2014
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Hello All, I have a big 4 years employment gap and now i am looking for a job, so i am confused how to explain this gap,so please somebody help me.
I have 3 questions only.
1- how to explain 4 year gap in interview?
2- how to show gap in my resume?
3- during this 4 year gap i used to work with a friend who use to take small government contacts (data entry work etc) on his name means i do not have any papers or anything to show that i have done some business in last 4 years so how do i explain this?
please someone help, thanks.
10th February 2017 From India, Pune
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28th February 2017 From India, Bengaluru

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