What to tell your current employer as a reason for leaving your job?
If you're not getting the opportunity to do great work and your current job is limiting your professional growth, how you tell that to your current employer And most importantly what to tell your prospective employer? Can I tell them seriously that my previous job was limiting my career growth?
Asked By: Hi Ok Bye! - 6/17/2012
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Just a note of caution. How certain can you be that it's really the job that's limiting your professional growth? It isn't your supervisor, your skills, or your job performance? What has changed, if anything, since you first accepted the job? Have you had a frank discussion with your boss about your views? If you have... More
Answered By: JB - 6/17/2012
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no further career prospects would probably be a better way of wording it, but no its fine to say that - shows you are ambitious!
Answered By: Amy - 6/17/2012
Unless it was a problem that you thought could be solved, I wouldn't waste my breath... More
Answered By: kelli - 6/17/2012
the truth always works.
Answered By: HD - 6/17/2012
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