Interview Question II : why did you leave your previous company you were attached to?

I have an interview scheduled tomorrow for airline cabin crew. if the interviewers were to ask you on the above-mentioned Q, what would be your most probable respond? it doesn't need to be your actual fact, maybe just to impress them abit with creative answer(s). Perhaps multiple answers would be good i think. Would you share with me pls. thanking in advance :)

Asked By: Kahar Cairel - 5/10/2007
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Your previous answerers suggest that you hit them with some variation on the "I need a greater challenge" response... More
Answered By: monarch butterfly - 5/10/2007
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just say .. "I am looking for more challenges in my career. "
Answered By: YourDreamDoc - 5/10/2007
for greener pasture and it's due for a "big" change in my life and meet those challenges head on. i'm a guy who's always up to the challenge.
Answered By: lola-ski - 5/10/2007
You could say: "I felt that I needed a more challenging job experience. I think that one of the most difficult and challenging aspects of any job is interpersonal communication. I know that I can learn and apply those type of skills in this job."
Answered By: robertminidriver - 5/10/2007
Ah, the interviewer’s concerned about any problems that might pop up on your next job—especially since that might be with him. Be sure to use good judgment here. Don’t bad-mouth your current boss and don’t bring up anything negative. A safe approach is to say something like: “It’s time to move on in my career” or "I'm... More
Answered By: CareerAdvisor - 5/14/2007
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