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...reasons for looking for a new job
In the past two weeks our organization has interviewed at least 200 candidates face-to-face... admittedly, that's quite a number of candidates and, obviously, many of them are very unenlightened... and some stuff is understandable when it comes to looking for a job... I., personally, interviewed 30 people in those two weeks...I place professional salespeople everywhere from 2 years of sales experience to the VP level... salary ranges from $30,000 a year to more than $1 million a year...
Over just the last two weeks these are some of the reasons that I heard as to why my candidates need to change jobs:
-I just need to make money
-my husband told me that I am worth more money
-it's just time for me and my company to part ways
-my unemployment has run out so I need to find a job
-I haven't had a raise in two years
-my neighbor got a new job and he's a real doofus... so if he can get a new job and a raise so should I
-now that I have an MBA, my school says I should be making $50,000 more
-I got a kid going off to college and need to make more money
-I've been underpaid for three years
-I need an exciting job
-my mother-in-law moved in with us so I need to make more money
-I've been out of work for a year, I guess it's time to get back in the swing of things
-my company cheated me
Well, I'm sure you get the message... saying stupid stuff like this as to why you are looking for a job doesn't come across very well at all.. every candidate who is looking for a job has to think about, "How does what I'm saying come across?...Does my reason for changing jobs make business sense for a hiring authority?"
Answering any question in the interviewing situation has to make good business sense... who would want to hire some whose spouse thinks they should be making more money... what kind of business person would hire someone just because they say they need more money?... Think, think, think!
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