Explaining unemployment in the job interview

THIS IS A MORE COMMON CONVERSATION THAN YOU THINK. In April 2015, the unemployment rate hovered around 5.4 percent — or 8.5 million people who want to work and who can, but aren’t. Taking care of family, changing career paths, going back to school, getting laid off — these are only a handful of reasonsContinue reading “Explaining unemployment in the job interview”