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Why You Should Never Say Anything Negative about Your Former Employer as an Attorney

If you are looking for a job, the odds are that the organization you are interviewing with already realizes that the situation with your former employer was not ideal. That’s perfectly fine. However, when you say something negative about your former employer, this makes you look angry, bitter and like someone who could not get along in that environment. The interviewer will wonder if you will have the same problems again if they hire you.
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