Will it be easy for one to find a job after an absence of 3 years?
Considering the fact that people who are just recently out of work are having a hard time I'd suspect that it'd be difficult for anyone. But... with much determination and dedication I'm hopeful that employment can be obtained. Brushing up on those networking skills might not necessarily be a bad idea either. It never hurts to know someone with connections.
It depends on what your education, skills and experience are. It is difficult to get jobs in many areas, especially entry level, but if you have a needed skill, you won't have a problem at all.
Well like you both have said now a days it does depend on your qualifications and experience to get a job. If one is really willing to find one, then no matter what you will get a job even after 3 years.
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