Why have you had so many jobs?
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Mohit singh said: 10 years ago
Because changes makes a man perfect and by this I am able to do learn how to handle the problem in different environment and how to solve it and it makes me to increase my skills and ability which I use in your organization to give my best.
Gustav said: 10 years ago
Well, personally I don't see them as jobs, as I see them as steps as I climbed to a more mature and professional person, to become more responsible and efficient linchpin of the working class. Life is growth and education is a continuous process. Indeed with the knowledge acquired from the past will be enhanced and be useful at present.
Ebi said: 10 years ago
I use to move out of station a lot in my current company, since I had married recently and I want to take care of my family too. Thats why I am looking for a job which does not involves out of station visits.
SuBBu said: 1 decade ago
I don't see them as many jobs. I see them as many steps that I have climbed up and standing potentially capable infront of you with all those stepping experiences.
Siva said: 1 decade ago
Although I had chance to learn different skills and knowledge that experience gave me a potential to handle in any situation with independently and it brings special values and confidence to me.
Shefali said: 1 decade ago
Actually I left my first job because of salary and I left my second job because they force me to do marketing which I didn't want to do as I already told them that I want a desk job.
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