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Why you left your last job?

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Describe the reason for your departure directly and succinctly. Do not go into great detail unless they ask. The longer you speak on the subject the more suspicious the construction interviewer becomes. State the facts in a positive manner. Any negativity you express will only reflect negatively on you. If you're angry about the situation, you'll need to process that anger in another manner before you construction interview. The construction interview is the last place to express anger about anything. Do not speculate on the motives or feeling of the other people involved in the events of your departure. Focus only on the facts of what happened and what you did. Look the construction interviewer in the eyes when responding. This will convey your confidence, communicate that this is the truth and that you have nothing to hide.

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