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Thursday, February 2, 2017
How to Tell the Interviewer about Your Previous Job...and Survive
Sometimes it feels the person interviewing you is more like an accuser. Especially when it comes to your last job...
Are you prepared to talk about your earlier jobs, especially your most recent one? That is, without lying?
This article from Liz Ryan at
Forbes.com gives you insights on how to prepare and present yourself.
Click here: How to Answer "Why Did You Leave Your Last Job? by Liz Ryan
From the article:
It is a shame that so many job interviewers treat a job interview as an interrogation rather than the friendly and human conversation it should be.
Poorly-trained interviewers not only ask intrusive and inappropriate questions of job-seekers but they also have a knack for making every question sound like an accusation.
That's one reason why job-seekers worry about the best way to answer the interview question "Why did you leave your last job?"
After reading, please share your thoughts here. Thanks.