erm how bout tryin u dnt enjoy d job anemre, or maybe u could always say u got a newjob. oh there's loads, the stress of d job has gotten to u, u wnt to pursue a new career line, oh yer time for the kids, and then there's you dnt get alng wid some of the members of the team. but really you dnt need 2 be wryin bout a reason for quittin your job.AnswerA good one is to use flattery ie Its been a real eye opener working for this company and it's really broadened my horisions, so thanks to you I've been given another job which I'm accepting. Boss you've really helped me out.
Well u get the idea flatter them and make them think your losing something not them.
You tell them your reason for leaving
just am leaving sir
medical had a stroke
lack of work
I'm looking for work its no reason we was lay off
improve my skills that is it
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.
You can simply say "I left my last job for personal reasons." If you had a plan in mind before leaving, you can use just that as the "reason". For example: "I enrolled in classes to further my education."
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
Tell the truth. It is that simple.
Say that no one did anything while you were hurt.
for better prospectus
is the drive to work shorted? is the job for more money?
My learning part is over , I am going to take another job or a break
Looking for a shorter commute.
"sorry we just dont have the hours for u"
You should answer truthfully.