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Subject:Question: Interview From:swigser <swigser -at- ONE -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 26 Mar 1998 14:07:50 -0500
You're relatively happy with your current employer but have been testing
the waters to see what else is out there. You find a really good job with
another company. During the interview, they ask you why you're looking.
Any good answers? Is it good enough to say that you are looking for new
challenges and/or technologies. Doesn't that imply that in two or three
years, you'll be looking again?
Any opinions will be appreciated. Please apply directly to me.