How do you answer the question in a job interview 'Why are you looking for a change?
Why are you looking for a change? To avoid stagnancy, after (number of years) at (company name) i stopped being challenged and my satisfaction at the end of the day gradually became less and less. Change is necessary, not for the sake of it, but if one has no job satisfaction then different challenges are needed. I love to learn, and i love being challenged. That is what i hope to find here.
Try not to emphasize that you are miserable at your current job. Keep things positive. Say things like, "I'm looking for more satisfaction out of work." or "I'm looking to make a career change." or "I need to be challenged at work." or "This job fits my lifestyle better." Also, saying "I lost my last job" is not a sufficient answer. Employers want to see eagerness not desperation.
Its' depend on the reoson as to why you left the job. Why are you looking for a job change? This questions can be raised by the interviewer during your job interview, can be asked by people around you or you may ask yourself if you're not satisfied from your current job. Raed further at the articles attached..
In a job interview the best answer is this question is honesty. If you have missed a deadline talk about it and the details and take ownership of you actions, bosses are not looking for someone who places blame. If you have never missed a deadline explain that to them and why it is important to you to always meet deadlines.
Yes, if you are female and the braids in your hair look neat then its fine to wear them to a job interview working in a casual business office environment. If you are a man, braids are generally unprofessional to a job interview at a casual business interview. Neat-looking locs should be just fine instead.
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Ah, this is a great (and very common) question. To begin, your interviewer is looking to see your response to determine your character. As a candidate, you should never use this question to bash your current or previous employer. Nor should you use this question to make yourself look bad by saying something like, 'I just couldn't handle it.' or 'I didn't like my co-workers'. The best response is: 'I am looking for the experience…