You tell them your reason for leaving
lack of work
medical had a stroke
I'm looking for work its no reason we was lay off
You should answer the question honestly and briefly. There is no reason to go into the details on a job application of your leaving a position.
for better prospectus
improve my skills that is it
this is too far to travel that the reason
The job did not meet my expectations for growth.
Those who get fired leave the job because the boss demands it.
the pay is always unpredictable
I am looking for a more challenging position.
i have not work over 3 years
Say that no one did anything while you were hurt.
Tell the truth. It is that simple.
is the drive to work shorted? is the job for more money?
Looking for a shorter commute.
My learning part is over , I am going to take another job or a break
If you do not wish to answer honestly, then say something like "you wanted to develop your career and felt the change of job was necessary to your developmental experience".
You've got the answer in your question! You left your job to raise your child.
If a job application asks for a reason for leaving, it is best not to lie. However, a vague answer such as "personal reasons" can be acceptable.
The hours were difficult, or it wasn't the career you were after