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If you were to leave U.S. Department of Commerce, what would be the reason?


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I left after a total of 42 years and 6 months of which 4 years were spent at Marine Corps. I left the first time for my promotion; my current supervisor promoted the secretary of the office over me after I trained the employee.

Answered - Minority Business Development Agency (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC

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Contract Ended

Answered - Executive Assistant to the CFO (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC

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It only happens every 10 years the census. I would never leave if I had a permanent position

Answered - Enumerator (Temporary) (Former Employee) - Bakersfield, CA

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Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Crystal City, VA

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Lack of loyalty.

Answered - Fish Biologist (Former Employee) - Anchorage, AK

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Lack of work

Answered - Field Supervisor (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Left because internship ended

Answered - Intern, Central Reexamination Unit (Former Employee) - Alexandria, VA

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This position was temporary and my work ended there.

Answered - Enumerator (Temporary) (Former Employee) - Bensalem, PA

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