Why Did You Leave Your Last Job – How To Answer? (2021) | Henrrey Pang


DURING JOB INTERVIEW As with any interview question, the key to crafting an impressive answer is understanding why people are asking in the first place. The main reason why people ask this is because they want to know did you leave with a good reason or individual growth?

Thus, we need to answer in a more professional way to increase the chance of getting the job. If you answer it well, the interviewers will begin to find out why you’re the best candidate for this job, in terms of hard skills and experience as well as soft skills.

It’s a great opportunity to demonstrate that you can communicate clearly and effectively, connect with and react to other humans, and present yourself professionally.

In this video, there are 3 sample answers to HOW TO ANSWER “WHY DID YOU LEAVE YOUR LAST JOB?” DURING JOB INTERVIEW and the details are as follows, They are ;

1. Personal Growth

2. Laid Off

3. You Get Fired

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