Job interview in ?

  • Nov. 20, 2021, 11:11 p.m.
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I hate when you go to a job interview and they ask why did you leave that job? How about I want respect. I want hours. I want to be better treated. Life got stagnant. I deserve better! Maybe I need a new challenge. Maybe it is time for a new adventure. I am tired of being treated as an option. I want full time I want to afford food and rent at the same freaking time. More money; I want to matter be heard some change happen to make me freaking happy. I am tired of bad managers who don’t appreciate their workers! I deserve freaking medical.. I would love to go back to college. I would like to have a living wage please


fae trash 6 days ago

You can say all of that but you probably won't be hired. They don't really want to hear the truth they want to hear a diplomatic answer. Depending on the industry you and and the industry you're attempting to enter you can say you'd like more responsibility, more of a challenge, if you have any education beyond high school you can say you want a position in the field of your degree ( if that applies). If none of that applies you can say you are looking for more hours and stability... room for growth etcetera no prospective employer wants to hear complaints about another employer

*_* fae trash ⋅ 6 days ago

I got 3 college degrees.. they don't add up to much in West Virginia.

fae trash *_* ⋅ 6 days ago (edited 6 days ago)

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If you can't find a job in the field of one or more of your three college degrees. Then you need to take what jobs you can. Once again the answer to the question is something diplomatic do not insult your former or current employer do not tell the prospective employer your problems. Say why you are interested in that company ( the one your are interviewing for) the standards " job stability" " opportunity for growth" always work keep your personal problems and opinions out of it

Rivercity 6 days ago

Saying you need a job that offers more hours is always fine. Mentioning bad management at previous jobs is probably not a good idea. Sorry, I'm just saying exactly what the person before me said.

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