>>16855941 Tell them you were caring for a terminally ill family member. It's worked for me for two separate employment gaps when applying for basic-level retail positions, and I was never asked for proof of the passing. Though, for me, both were actual factual deathwatches.
>>16856285 Do you have a friend or family member who will lie for you? Just put a place that closed down or preferably went bankrupt a few years after you "quit", which you only did because they were losing business, cutting your hours. Don't trash talk anoyone to perspective employers, big warning sign for hiring people.
>>16856243 >>16856285 What kind of jobs are you applying for? Basic-level retail and fastfood work aren't so highly competitive that they will likely even check any references you provide, let alone ask for proof of family member death certificates or records of higher education.
I myself work in a temporary staffing agency in the United States that mostly fills orders for industrial factories seeking assembly line workers and forklift drivers. As long as you have a stable place of residence, reliable transportation (walking or getting a ride from a friend counts. If asked, just say "Yes"), a high school diploma or GED, no history of work-related accidents, no violence- or sex-related felonies, and can pass a drug screen, we'll take you.
Knowing how to interview with a recruiter can take you a long way in the hiring process, which is why being able to bend the truth is important.
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