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Posted December 07, 2012 by

“Why Did You Leave Your Last Position?”

CollegeRecruiter.comAs you practice questions for your next interview, consider that an employer may ask you why you want to leave your last or current position.  The following post has advice on how to answer this question.

A common question asked during an interview is “Why Did You Leave Your Last Position?” A friend of mine who worked in Iran during the 1979 revolution offers an easy answer: his resume always says “civil unrest.” While that is a concrete and completely honest answer, most of us don’t usually have such a perfect answer when asked that question during an interview. Futhermore, the answer can be even more difficult if you are still in your current position and interviewing for a new position at another company.

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“Why Did You Leave Your Last Position?”

Posted November 21, 2012 by

Professional Resume Writing for a Job Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comBefore submitting your resume to a potential employer, it is important to tell him or her exactly what you’re looking for in a new position.  If you plan to work with a professional resume writer, think about reading the following post to learn which mistake to avoid when writing your resume.

Primarily, it is important to have in mind that Resume writing services is aimed at promoting oneself in the best way possible. This is usually done for the expense of getting a job interview invite. Generally, a resume is not an official recruit’s manuscript. It is not an application for securing a job, it is not about the experience but it is about an individual.

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Professional Resume Writing for a Job Interview