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How to Answer an Interview Question - ''Why are You Going to Discontinue Your Job?''

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Getting the perfect job interview can be a hard task, so you don't want to risk the opportunity for the lack of some simple homework.

Prepare for hard interview questions well in advance of your job interview and seriously increase your chances of success. This list is a general tough job interview question:

Why are you going to stop Your Current Job?



This is a hard interview question and no need to be surprised with. It will make a bad impression on the interviewer if you are struggling for an answer or are just left speechless. Prepare and have a convincing answer, this will create a good impression and keep you in the running for the job.

Answer: End of Contract or Moving Location

The can be simply answered if you are moving to a different area or your employment contract is coming to an end. Tell them the reality and also that you are thrilled about new employment opportunities and applying the skills you have learned to your new job.

Answer: fed up In Your Job

You should not give interviewers the feeling that if you get bored working for them, you'll rapidly look elsewhere for another job.

If boredom is a major issue for you, should you even consider this new position in the first place? What will be different if you get this job that you think will be less boring than the job you recently quit or are about to quit? Is there a chance to be more creative, have more influence in the way things are done, a possibility to impress with your rising skill set?

If the answer is no then maybe you should keep job hunting for something that will suit your needs.

Answer: Made Redundant

Another common tough interview question is why were you made redundant? If you have been made redundant you must keep in mind that it is your work position that is redundant, not you.
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