Times have definitely changed in the past few decades, with many schools now encouraging gap years. In fact, many colleges view candidates with gap years on their resumes as more likely to be ready for college, and also actively welcome the internship or world experience gained during this time off. Surprisingly, a recent report by New York Times shows that students who take a gap year tend to be more successful than students who don’t.
So is a gap year the right move for your academic journey and goals? How can you approach it correctly, to make sure it has a positive impact on your resume? Read all of our tips in our article picked up by Apple News.