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Why have you switched jobs so many times?
Possible Reasons for Frequent Job Changes Here are some common reasons a person might change jobs after a short time: Company restructuring, causing your position to become obsolete. The offer of a better position in another company. Venturing out to start your own business.
Could you have done better in your last job?
Sample Answer Honestly, in retrospect, there was probably something I could have done better at my last job, but nothing of any major consequence really comes to mind. We had a few setbacks as a result of the recent economic downturn, but ultimately, that just taught us to be better prepared for anything.
Why have you been out of work so long?
Sample Answers I have taken some time to further my education and improve my skills in order to contribute more fully to the company I will work for. I have spent some time volunteering and making contributions to local organizations in order to support my community.
How do you answer why have you had so many jobs?
How to Answer “Why Have You Had So Many Jobs?”
- DO understand why this is a potential red flag. You probably had reasons for every job switch on your resume.
- DON’T assume this makes you look bad by default.
- DO make sure you have context for all of it.
- DON’T make stuff up.
- DO consider revising your resume to edit out some job change details.