Recruiters and employers generally like to see candidates who have a steady work history. That being said, nobody’s perfect and many people have had to leave a job early for one reason or another. This week’s job searching tip deals with methods you can use to get over an employer’s concern about leaving a job early.
QUESTION FROM A SUBSCRIBER:
I was recently told in an interview that I have shown no loyalty to any of my employers and that it would be difficult to sell me to potential employers. I left two jobs in less than eight months because they were not a good fit. Is there another way I can describe the two jobs in an interview?
Let’s first take a look at why employers are hesitant to hire someone who has left jobs early:
1. Wasted training time and money – if an employer has to train you for the job and you leave early, resources spent on