2. Why did you leave your last job?
You don’t want to go on too long, but at the same time there are some things you should explain to address the questions that are at the back of the interviewer’s mind but they won’t (or can’t) ask you about directly.
Some of their unspoken questions include: Was your previous employer happy to get rid of you? Were you dead weight that they dumped when there was a layoff opportunity? Were you trouble for someone else and likely to be trouble for me?
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