Whether you studied abroad in college; took time to travel after college or you quit work to follow your wanderlust, you can use your journey as a marketing tool on your resume. You probably gained some valuable skills that can transfer to many types of jobs. You just need to learn how to portray your travel experiences as marketable skills. Think about the new experiences you had, and put them on your resume in a way that would enhance the job for which you are applying.
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As long as you can explain the benefits of your travel experience to a potential employer it could actually help your resume stand out , and improve your chances of being shortlisted for an interview. Screenshot of my actual personal resume, after traveling for 7 years, is at the end of the post. It needs to be relevant to the job. For instance, are they looking for a candidate who has excellent skills in communication, negotiation, or cross cultural understanding?