How to fill the gaps in your resume
Accept it (and others will, too)If you were unemployed during the last few years (as were many hiring managers), it is understandable. A gap from 2009 or early 2010 will look considerably better on a resume than one from 2005 when the economy was booming.
Be ready to address any breaks from work, but dont dwell on them during interviews. With a few tweaks of your resume and practice handling the tough interview questions, you should be on your way to adding one more post to your work experience.