we leave the last job because i want to find position to my challenge , and to enhance myself and also to learn a lot
For Professional growth
Some people might want to leave their job because they don't like it and want to pursue something they enjoy more.
To get a better Job
i left my last job because they fires me or i just didnt like it
There are several answers to the eternal question, "Why did you leave your last job?" or why do you want to leave your job? While the question can be asked in many ways, the answer should always be the same.
Say that it wasn't the right job for you.
You can say there was a conflict of personalities or interests.
Sir I am a fresher just now
Because you want a job with more pay?
for better opportunity
I left my position in my last job for career advancement
because i want to! its better to leave the company that you think cant help you to grow your career and to achieve your goals. if i leaved organization before one month then a proper ans for this question
Why did you leave your last job? What experience do you have in this field? Do you consider yourself successful?
Because i want to find a job more stimulating, i was'nt getting job satisfaction and would like to further my career.
A person may choose to leave their job, because they do not like their position anymore. Conflicts with coworkers may also be a factor.
Being strictly honest, you would have to say the date after you have worked out your notice in your old job. However, once your previous employer knows you want to leave, i.e. once you have given notice to leave, he probably will not want to hold you up unless you have a very vital job - an employee about to leave is by definition not happy, thus not someone an employer might want to hold onto until the last minute. Be careful what you say!
Beacuse i am not satisfied from total earning
requesting a meeting with the employer
that you are interested in the job and that you are a good person.
you can say the pay wasn't high enough
don't do it... you might be able to get a temporary job... but nothing that has a future...
First, have a previous job. Next, leave that job for some reason. Now, explain why you left your previous job to your prospective employer. It's simple. Be honest. It's what they want from you.
Differences with colleague.