What did you like least in this training

When asked about your least favorite aspects of your last job, avoid complaining about something that will still be a part of the new job.The worst thing somebody can say is, My le

What did you like least in this training

When asked about your least favorite aspects of your last job, avoid complaining about something that will still be a part of the new job.

The worst thing somebody can say is, My least favorite part of the job is having to follow the commands of others, shares Joe Flanagan, Senior Consultant at . It goes without saying that almost every job in the world requires at least some command from someone, whether that be a boss, team member or customer.

Likewise, dont just say that you did not like all the mundane, repetitive tasks you had to do in your last job. In all likelihood, the new job entails some repetitive tasks, too; its the nature of work.

Do not answer in a negative tone or focus too much on the things you hate, reminds Lori Bumgarner, a Career Specialist at . No one likes a whiner. There is no need to ramble on; just one relevant example is all you need to provide.

And whatever you do, do not resort to complaining about the company as a whole or about specific employees that you worked with. This just makes you look bitter and unreliable. Keep you answer within the boundaries of your specific job function.

Avoid answers like these:

  • My boss was a real jerk, we just did not get along at all.
  • The job just got too boring. I didnt feel stimulated or challenged by it
  • The hours were terrible. I want a regular 9-5, with better work-life balance.

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