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Why did you leave your last job?
Discussion:
Describe your reason for switching jobs directly and
succinctly. Do not go into great detail unless you are asked. The longer
you spend on this subject the more suspicious the interviewer may
become. Make sure you stress you are leaving on good terms. The
Hiring Manager will want to believe YOU WERE NOT THE PROBLEM and
will want to get an idea of how you handled yourself. Provide evidence
you handled it well by volunteering references. State the facts in a
positive way.

Don't be negative or bad mouth your former boss,
colleagues, or company. Don't speculate on the motives or feeling of
the other people involved in the events of your departure. Stick to one
response. Don't change answers during the interview. Give a "group"
answer if possible, like "our office was closing". Another possible
answer – although not the best – is "we agreed to disagree."
Never reveal personal or emotional issues as part of an answer to this
question. Be succinct – state your answer and leave it at that. You are
at the interview to discuss the position at hand. If you have been fired
or laid off, you may consider answering ambiguously or using a
general statement that avoids the issue.

"Well, I really want the opportunity to perform, learn, and develop
further than I think I would have been able to at my last position. I did
leave on good terms, but I'm here today because I know I have the
"X" skills as well as the ability to "Y". I believe in myself, and I'm
looking for more responsibility and the greater possibility of advancing
my career."

"My company brought in new management who wanted to bring in
their own team. Prior to that point, I was recognized as one of the best
workers in my department. However, I felt that I could advance my
career more if I pursued other opportunities, and I left on good terms.
I would be happy to provide references to verify that I was indeed a
valued employee. I'll tell you one thing – I am very excited about
coming and working for you BECAUSE …"

"While it is an excellent company that afforded me many fine
experiences, I left my last position because the advancement
opportunities just were not there. I had to read the writing on the wall
and help myself. A position with your team will give me the
opportunity to do good work, learn, and grow that my last job just
wouldn't. I am happy to be here and I am really pleased that I am
being considered."


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