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If so, why? How did you explain it to your next employer?
Opalgem Opalgem 36-40, F 17 Answers Apr 7, 2010

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Yep, the owner of the company wanted me to sign my name to some falsified billing records. I wouldn't, he made a bunch of racist slurs, so I quit.

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I have quit several jobs but never out of anger. The most important ones, I quit to take another better job. The minor jobs were second jobs that I left because they had served their purpose. I think that just walking out is a bad habit to get into. It does not look good on ones work history.

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Several- Most people never really ask why you left. If they did, I tried to be as honest and diplomatic as possible.

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I leave it out or put it down to work experience

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I have walked ou of many jobs, but only been fired from one. I was thrown out for gross missconduct for shooting the foreman. It was his own fault, I was aiming at someone else and he got in the way. The company advertised in the local paper to fill my position, so I went for an interview and to my surprise, they gave me my old job back. I only stopped there for a few months because the foreman would not forgive me and gave me hell everyy day.

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live long enough and most of us do at sometime

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Two, the first because I got hit by a student, the second because I couldn't work their anymore.

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Yes. And I try to remember ... I was lookin for a job when I found this one.

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once

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yes, and what he dont know wont hurt eem. smoke a fat one.

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Only once have I walked off a job and I've worked in a lot of places. That boss was a complete sack of crap.

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Two. Once to get a better job, once in defense of a friend.

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Lots of them.

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