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Why did you leave your job at Fidelity Investments?


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Opportunity for stable growth, the company is restructuring. Possible relocation.

Answered - Senior Business Analyst (Current Employee) - Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

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The job was too stressful for me with the commute and rewards.

Answered - Benefits Coordinator (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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I was laidoff due to the market being low and had no college degree.

Answered - Sr. Account Service Specialist (Former Employee) - Southlake, TX

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It was during the economic downturn of 2008 and all of us were laid off. We were offered the same job in Texas but I declined to move.

Answered - Senior Retirement Services Specialist (Former Employee) - Marlborough, MA

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My health began to deteriorate and kept me from being able to work my designated hours. Their new policy on FMLA and Short Term Disability made it difficult for me to continue my employment there.

Answered - Financial Associate II (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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Lay off; organizational changes.

Answered - Senior Executive Secretary (Former Employee) - Smithfield, RI

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The people

Answered - Principle Quality Assurance Engineer (Current Employee) - Smithfield, RI

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Looking for Full time position.

Answered - Sales Operations Analyst / Veritude (Current Employee) - Smithfield, RI

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Work was outsourced.

Answered - Machine Operator III - Transaction Processing (Former Employee) - Covington, KY

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My contract ended and I didn't get renewed.

Answered - Business Analyst (Former Employee) - Westlake, TX

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