Suzy Welch: Here’s how to talk about being unemployed in a job interview

By Courtney Connley,

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Job hunting while unemployed is uniquely stressful. No matter why you aren’t currently working, proving your worth to hiring managers can feel impossible without a current role and achievements to point to.

“It’s frustrating, but it’s true,” bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says. “Getting a job is almost always easier when you already have a job.”

Welch tells CNBC Make It that an unemployed candidate can make hiring managers nervous about their ability to deliver on the job. But she says with a candid explanation of your situation — along with a strong interview and relevant skills — you can still prove that you’re the right fit for the position.

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