How do you you sell yourself on a resume if it looks a bit jumpy?
I spent my twenties sort of jumping from job to job, the longest being 2 1/2 years. My final position was a farce because the amount of money I was supposed to make was a lie and the people who made the job agreement were "let go." Anyhow, I decided to take a little break and ended up moving to a different state and then was in an accident where I almost died. I still am unable to work because of my problems from the accident, but want to prepare for when I can work again. I also have my age going against me. How can I make myself look good on a piece of paper where I seem flighty and unloyal and some of my skills may be outdated and I don't know the states laws and statutes. I was in graduate school at this time and obtained the degree so I am still very familiar and up to date with Microsoft, Mac, and somewhat knowledgeable of SPSS (a statistical program). And I am very good at research of non-legal and legal programs like Lexis Nexus and Westlaw. I just need to get that interview. #talent-recruiting #hiring #human-resources #job-application