Leaving Volunteer Work? Does it Affect Your Interview?

Many of you are aware that volunteer work is a great way to gain experience and skills along with networking for the hidden job market and should be used in your employment history when applicable. What happens if you are asked to leave your volunteer position? A situation such as this can leave a bad taste in your mouth but we are here to encourage you to let go of any bad feelings, especially when you have already identified this volunteer effort in an online profile or at previous positions. Read the linked article to find out more about the positive impact of volunteer work and the tactful ways in which to proceed if you left in a less than desirable fashion.


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