Beth Colley CEO/owner of Chesapeake Career Management Services has guided over 1,200 job seekers to career success since joining the careers industry in January of 2000. She is a Certified Master Resume Writer, a Certified Career Management Coach, and a Certified Brain Based Success Coach and an active member of Career Directors International, The National Resume Writers Association, and Career Thought Leaders.
Answer the job interview question — why did you leave your job when you were fired — needs to be done very carefully without trashing anyone or appearing to be a potential problem if hired.
Preparing your answer to the ‘Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ can help you focus your job search by understanding and setting your real personal career goals.
Answering the question about why you want to leave your current job needs to be approached very VERY carefully with a positive response that doesn’t trash anyone.
After you’ve been laid off, even if the Coronavirus was the reason, answering the interview question why did you leave your last job can be tricky but should be answered in the most positive way. Here’s how to do that.
Post by Beth Colley: Tips for making a good impression in a job interview in an office or other professional setting.