Why did you resign from your previous job?


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Md Maik said: (Dec 12, 2017)  
First of all, I am thankful my previous organization.

Because I have learned a lot of things from there.

According to me, a job change is needed to skill growth and personal development.

Your organization is the good platform where learn more.

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Bhupendra Patel said: (Dec 8, 2017)  
Because I am looking for growth and prospective.

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Elakkiya said: (Dec 6, 2017)  
Because I was unbergone for some operations. Due to my medical issues I resigned my job.

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Manikandan said: (Dec 5, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thank my previous organization why because when I was joined job before the very turning point of my life so that my previous company I had learn lot skills but now I am looking next step ion my future life that's took those decisions but now thinking I want to build my career based on a good job but I never stop my learning skill again I want to continue with someone organization.

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Prananth said: (Nov 20, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thank my previous company, who hired me. I have learned a lot of things from my previous job.

Like teamwork, working under pressure, management, a way of working in an industry.

Now, I want to take new challenges and also growth in my career. I want to grow professionally and financially.

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Karnish Kakati said: (Nov 1, 2017)  
My contract was going to over next month and also I want to prepare for competitive examination so I thought that this is the right time to have a break and prepare myself. So I left my previous job.

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Shweta said: (Oct 31, 2017)  
Well, . They made me to do so. :). They might think that I am valuable resource and should explore new things as there were not any challenging opportunity was coming up. Though, I am very grateful to them as I learnt a lot there as a fresher in corporate life.

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Narendra said: (Oct 29, 2017)  
In my opinion every one has to reach their goal step by step, where I had learned a lot of new things from my current company as a fresher I'm really thankful for that, I think it's the time to take a step ahead to accept new challenges to grow and explore more professionally, personally as well as financially.

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Riya said: (Sep 23, 2017)  
I have learned a lot of things from my last company like team work, punctuaIity. I joined that company as a fresher so I needed to learn many things. Now I want to take a new challenge and also growth in my career. I want to grow professionally and financially.

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Nithan said: (Sep 18, 2017)  
First, I would like to thank my previous job where I learned things like time management, team work, working under pressure. And now I am interested to improve my knowledge and I need a new place to develop my career so I quit my previous job.

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K Chaitanya said: (Sep 10, 2017)  
Well, I would like to say thanks to my previous company because I learned a lot of things from my last organization. I joined that company as fresher so I needed to learn that How to communicate with each other, how to behave in a professional way, what to wear, management, work with the team, Left the previous job and then pursuing _____ (Like, BE, B. Tec, MBA, etc) That's why I left my previous job.

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Ankit said: (Sep 8, 2017)  
I have -- years of experience and I had learned lot of things from my previous organisation and am thankful for it, according to me job change is necessary for everyone to enhance our skills, knowledge and for personal growth as well as financial growth, and I hope your organisation is the best platform to learn and grow with in it.

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Vinay said: (Sep 5, 2017)  
Well, I would like to say thanks to my previous company because I learned a lot of things from my last organization. I joined that company as fresher so I needed to learn that How to communicate with each other, how to behave in a professional way, what to wear, management, work with the team, But now I am looking for a new challenges, I want to up skill myself, I want to learn more things which can improve my work skills, comm. Skills, confidence and will power or most of the things so that's why I want to join this organization.

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Santosh Kumar said: (Sep 4, 2017)  
Firstly, I would like to say thanks to My previous organization because when I was Fresher They I hired me, Now, I want to move ahead in my career and want to more career challenges, so this is a really a good chance for me enhance my skills here.

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Raji said: (Sep 3, 2017)  
Due to personal reason I left the job.

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Kailash Chandra Padhiali said: (Aug 28, 2017)  
Firstly, thanks to my previous company to give me an opportunity to work of us. I am appointed as trainee technician in a previous company for one year when my contract over I leave this company.

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Juhi said: (Aug 24, 2017)  
For better opportunity, for better prospects for more exposure and experience of learning new things. I have learnt a lot from my previous job but I want to learn more than that from this job.

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Muneera said: (Aug 19, 2017)  
I really enjoy what I'm doing, but I feel I'm following a routine. I looked around for more opportunities to grow, but because the company is small, I'm very limited. I want to work in an environment that will help me realize my full potential and a place I contribute everything I'm capable of doing. My current job doesn't provide these things for me. That's why I want to work in another company.

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Vijay Kumar said: (Aug 18, 2017)  
Firstly I would like to say thank for my previous organization, where I learned a lot,

Like management, working under pressure, team work & knowledge.

But it was time to grow myself, And I am ready to accept the new challenges.

I believe that change is necessary to enhance my skills.

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Shahbaj Khan said: (Aug 8, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thanks my previous company which gave me an opportunity to identify myself. Its gave a chance to participate in front of others and gave my level best. Its make me a confident people. But now, I'm looking to new challenges which increase my knowledge and confidence.

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Basha said: (Aug 5, 2017)  
I joined as a junior associate and gained good experience along with knowledge as mine is small company I find repetitive work as your company follows different process oriented I wish to explore myself and improve my career growth to next level.

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Vicky said: (Jul 30, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thank my previous company, who hired me. I have learned a lot from my previous job.

Like time management, working under pressure, self-confidence, resolving issues, a way of working in an industry. But my previous company is no any current project. Unfortunately, economic conditions in the industry that the organization is closed down.

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Sohel Shaikh said: (Jul 28, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thank my previous company, who hired me. I have learned a lot from my previous job,

Like time management, working under pressure, self-confidence, resolving issues, a way of working in an industry.

Because after completing graduation, being fresher is a crime in the world, no body is ready to hire fresher, everybody needs an experienced candidate to work for his company.

I leave my previous job because I need a change in my career path, there were not many growing opportunities in my previous company. So I need a better platform to enhance my skills and knowledge.

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Usha said: (Jul 27, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thank for my previous company where I had worked I have to learn facing challenges time management skills. Now, I have to take new challenges and also financial growth and make my position at the higher level.

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Amar said: (Jul 24, 2017)  
I was not comfortable with that location. That's why I left.

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Harpreeth said: (Jul 17, 2017)  
Well sir,

I would like to thank my previous company who gave me such an opportunity to be associated with them and it's a great learning experience where I have learned about team work time management and how to work under pressure.

Due to my mother's poor health issues, I need to resign from my previous job.

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Kavya Mamidi said: (Jul 17, 2017)  
First of all, I am very thankful to my previous organisation. Am a girl who wants to face a new challenges or domains. In previous organisation am a team Holder it's a nice experience got from my previous job. But being constant and working for more years in same organisation I won't like. I want to groom myself in every corner of my skill so I resigned.

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Abhijeet said: (Jul 17, 2017)  
I had been with the organization for 2 years and wanted to continue growing, Looking for a better opportunity and facing new challenges.

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Abdul said: (Jul 17, 2017)  
Firstly, I would like to thanks my previous company because they give me an opportunity to learn initially.

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Nelson said: (Jul 14, 2017)  
First, my sincere thanks to my previous job where I joined as a fresher and learnt about time management, be punctual, how to work under pressure and mainly communication, but still, I felt this is not a place for me to grow further so planned to change my job.

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Anil Kumar said: (Jul 12, 2017)  
Well, I started of my carrier as a fresher in the previous organisation, I have learnt many things like time management, working under pressure and supporting the team and mainly improved my com skills and the reason why I left the job is there were not many internal job posting and they are people who are been working in the same position for years and I didn't see any growth opportunities. So, I have decided to change the organisation was I can grow myself professionally and financially.

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Puja said: (Jun 30, 2017)  
I resigned from my previous job because I had my degree term end exam in the month of june. And I resigned from my job in the month of jan. I needed a couple of months of time to prepare myself for the exam. I wanted to focus only on my study because it was my priority then. Now it is over. I am again free to start working.

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Navneet Thakur said: (Jun 30, 2017)  
Sir, first of all I am very thankful for my previous organisation for the exprience I had there and after working there for an year I thought I was not able to use my skills as it was a *********process and this new change will Offer me new challenges which I would use to make my career and certainly I feel that I was under paid at my previous post and I think your organisation is a good platform for me to make my career.

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Vikash said: (Jun 27, 2017)  
Sir, I am thankful and very happy to be the part of my previous organisation for 3 years. I learnt a lot there as this was my first job in this field. Change is necessary to enhance your skill and knowledge and I am ready to face new challenges now. I also feel that I was underpaid as per the work that I was doing.

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Evans Mroki said: (Jun 24, 2017)  
First, I'm very thankful for being part of my previous organization's team, it has been a class of countless skills since when I was a fresher in this corporate world. It has always been my passion to work for a fast growing, reputable and STABLE company!

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Gaurav said: (Jun 22, 2017)  
First of all, I like my previous organisation I was there as an agent in **** customer care but now I wants to improve my skills and enhance my knowledge as well as professional growth.

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Ayesha Shaikh said: (Jun 20, 2017)  
I loved working in my previous company but then suddenly due to some financial crises they have close the company if that would not have happened I would not have left my previous company.

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Ruchi said: (Jun 20, 2017)  
I would like to thank my previous organisation for making me so self dependent that I'm standing in front of you right now.

Now I'm ready to face new challenges in my life. I also like to meet new peoples and learn a lot from them.

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Vijay Gavande said: (Jun 20, 2017)  
I have learned a lot of things and knowledge from my senior and colleague. According to me, Change is neccessary to everyone to enhance your skill and knowledge and for your professional and financial growth. Your organisation is a good platform where I can learn more.

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Indira said: (Jun 19, 2017)  
Sir In my previous company, I have learned a lot of things like patience smart work and teamwork I want to make my career growth so that's what I'm looking to it.

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Sameer said: (Jun 16, 2017)  
First of all, I would like to thank my previous organisation where I learn a lot of things like time management, how to work under Pressure, teamwork and knowledge.

Now, I am ready for accept new challenges to grow professionally and personally as well as financial growth.

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Naresh said: (Jun 14, 2017)  
I'm looking forward to face a new challenge in my career.

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Abdul said: (Jun 12, 2017)  
I like to meet the new challenges and work with new people who teach me from their way and for increment.

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Utpal said: (Jun 5, 2017)  
I am much thankful to my previous organisation as they provided an opportunity to start my career but simultaneously I love to work in the more challenging environment. Expecting a different change with the same work every day is a waste hence decided to go ahead and grow the skills in all sector.

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Bharath said: (Jun 5, 2017)  
I am thankful to my previous Organisation because I have learnt a lot of things from there. According to me, change is necessary to everyone to enhance your skills, Knowledge and for personal growth and financial growth. Your organisation is the good platform where I can learn more.

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Drishti Kashyap said: (Jun 2, 2017)  
@ALL.

Your potential employers will always want to know why you bailed on your last job or why you were fired.

There are many good reasons to leave a position " some that should be discussed in a job interview and some that absolutely should not.

You should never lie in a job interview. However, you should highlight the positive reasons for considering a new position and avoid talking about any negative ones if you can.

Do mention you being underpaid and how you can handle greater responsibility.

You should check out some sites like Interview which will help you with your situation by framing good answers for you and scheduling mock interviews. All the best!

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Hemant Sonawane said: (Jun 1, 2017)  
Firstly I would like to say thanks to My previous organisation because I have learnt a lot of things.

Now, I want to move ahead in my career and want to more career challenges in my life. In my last organisation there is no schedule for payment & Holidays.

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Bharadwaj said: (May 27, 2017)  
To enhance my level of knowledge and to explore my self and like to work in all the product lines.

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Jaga said: (May 27, 2017)  
I have learnt a lot of things like teamwork, Punctual and time management. Now, I am looking for better opportunity & also career growth and want to face a new challenge in my life.

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Ankit Saini said: (May 23, 2017)  
I have learnt a lot of things like teamwork, Punctual and time management. Now, I am looking for better opportunity & also career growth and want to face a new challenge in my life.

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