The past several months I’ve written numerous blog posts covering topics related to doing a job search during the pandemic. This includes topics on how to create additional income streams when furloughed or laid off.
It also includes topics on how to show employers in your next interview that you’ve spent your time wisely during the quarantine. But before you can even land an interview, you’ll have to communicate this on your resume.
You may wonder how you can include a side hustle or other projects on your resume, or if you even should. Well, I already answered this question in a post from May 2018 entitled, “Should You Include Your Side Hustle on Your Resume?“
Should you include your side hustle on your resume?
The short answer to this question is YES. And there are certain ways to market your side hustle experience on your resume.
To learn how, I invite you to either read or listen to my post from 2018. From it you’ll find out:
- How employers view side hustle experience.
- How it makes you marketable.
- And how you should market it on your resume.
Stay tuned for more relevant job search topics designed to help you be as successful as possible during these uncertain economic times.
- Are You Prepared to Be a Freelancer If Forced To?
- How to Answer These Important Pandemic Interview Questions
- Why You Need to Be Ready for Anything in Your Next Interview
- Do You Really Need a Cover Letter?
- How to Gain Control Over Your Career Amidst Layoffs
- Is It Time to Update Your Resume?
- Free Video – What NOT to Share on Your Resume: 13 Things To Delete Immediately
- On-Demand Program – Resumes That Get You the Interview: Surprising Secrets to Getting Your Resume Noticed (free resume critique with purchase of on-demand bundle)