Why Did You Leave Your Last Job? – Good Answer If You Were Fired or Laid Off



“WHY DID YOU LEAVE YOUR LAST JOB?” – GOOD ANSWER IF YOU WERE LAID OFF OR FIRED.
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In this video, I’ll break down the ‘why did you leave your last job’ answer. Why did you leave your job is an important question and if you want to know the why did you leave your last job answer then I discuss that here. The best answer for leaving a job is always telling the truth. I’ll help you explain if anyone asks why did you leave your previous job. Watch my video as I discuss scenarios and how to approach the why did you leave your last job answers. 

I will explain what you SHOULD and SHOULD NOT do when answering this question.

I’ll walk you through two examples:

Scenario 1: You were let go but not due to performance. So maybe it was due to a mass restructuring based on business reasons. 

Scenario 2: You were fired for performance reasons.  

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33 thoughts on “Why Did You Leave Your Last Job? – Good Answer If You Were Fired or Laid Off”

  1. What answer 1 should give to interviewer while the interview when she already resigned and on Notice Period.?

  2. What if you haven’t left but want to leave because you know they’re phasing out of the position or you want to get paid more? But you don’t want to mention how much you’re getting paid because you want to be able to leverage this later.

  3. As for that first rule….here's another reason why you should NOT say things that express negativity towards your old employer. Because if you rant and rave about how bad your old boss was, your interviewer will think that you will also rant and rave about how bad the new boss is as well.

  4. Lmaooo you say not to give a lengthy reason why you were let go, and then give a huge reason why you were let go…Asians I swear

  5. Thank you for your videos. They are really very helpful.

    Just a question. If an applicant has previous health issue but was already treated and the applicant is already healthy, do you think it is ok to mention to the recruiter that the reason for leaving a previous job involves health conditions?

  6. Can you talk about getting fired within a virtual covid environment? I believe that this has been the case with several people being at a disadvantage because companies are not understanding, lack of training and communication is provided, and expectations from the employer are not realistic in the virtual environment. How does one measure up to these expectations, surpass them, and thrive being onboarded in a virtual world? Then, if you are to be let go, how does one adress that?

  7. This video is exactly what I was looking for! Thank you!! One of those examples is literally what happened to me! Thank you so much! I feel even more confident for my interview tomorrow!! Sample answers were perfect!

  8. Hi Linda,

    Can you also share us sample answers reason for leaving current organisation and negotiation of salary

  9. So what do you say if you were let go simply because an employer doesn't like you… nothing to do with performance but the the employer simply doesn't like you..? then what? (yes, this is actually the reason i got fired)

  10. I declared in the interview that I ws fired I declared thy say because I ws fired I thought being honest enaf would mean somthing I can thought of cal regional manager

  11. I was let go because the company was struggling to make their numbers, they had to trim their costs and I was not the right fit for them. Not to mention Covid-19 as well so I do I explain this?

  12. To be honest, employers shouldn't be asking that because "its breaching company policy". Most companies have that as part of their employment verification policy, so it doesn't make sense to even ask from the get go.

  13. How about you left the job because you want to go back to study in college? Pls can I have the answer, anyone here?

  14. What if you are been terminated because you have violated one of the employer's policy?

  15. I quit my last job because of low pay. I liked the job but it did not benefit me financially. Today, I do not like my job. But it pays far more than what most college graduates make, except that I do not have the crippling college bill. One does not have to like a job to stay working at it. If it pays good, stay with it. Your home life can be your rewarding part of your life. I do love my home life. Work only has to supply income, no more, no less.

  16. Very good information you provided to the public especially for free but may I be honest about one thing? majority of the jobs nowadays don't really care about your previous job they just want to hear direct and short answers and 8 out of 10 of the times you tie back to an experience of positive feedback after giving a negative just results in annoyance of you trying to blend in like you're not the bad guy and that type of vibe is easily transferable and understood as a novel already in most cases and that will help miss your chance of getting that job. Overall I agree with everything else you suggested. My point however is just to keep it very simple and super honest only because the power of truth comes easier than lying!

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