The career landscape of today is no longer that of a smoothly paved road, lined with blooming flowers and rolling fields of green grass while sunshine beams overhead. Rather, it's more of a bumpy cobblestone road, littered with potholes and giant human-eating plants looming about a la "Little Shop of Horrors." One of the necessary evils that comes along with traversing this frighteningly dangerous pathway is formulating a current and professionally appealing resume. If you are currently out of work or recently terminated, an additional concern can be filling in the gaps in your resume. The following are three ways to accomplish this without raising any red flags or turning off any potential sources of employment.