Whether you have been fired or laid off or you left by your own choice, you’re now in an uncertain position. At this stage, some people need to justify themselves, and they do so by bad-mouthing their former employer. This is a great mistake. People don’t want to hear such complaints. They may think less of you for it, wondering whether
you will also criticize your next employer (or even themselves). This advice applies to conversations you have with family and friends as well, because they may have good job leads for you but even they might hesitate to give them to you if they think you will be critical of your next employer too. A key to a successful job search is having
a positive attitude. Put all your negative thoughts behind you; if you can’t manage that, at least don’t give voice to them publicly.

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