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How do I approach trying to get re-hired by a previous construction employer?

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*One benefit of being a boomerang is that you already have contacts
within the construction employer. Use them.
*When you're ready to apply, the experts suggest clearly explaining how you're more valuable than you were when you jumped ship.
*construction executives who are ready to return after an extended absence may find
that old construction employers are among the most receptive to their construction resumes,
because the past relationship compensates for uncertainty about
employment gaps.
*Avoid the temptation to idealize the past. Make an effort to recall the negatives as well as the positives of your time at that construction employer. And do some research to ensure the construction employer and the work environment is still as good as you remember.

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