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Backstory: My husband got a job that moved us out of state, and necessitated me leaving a "corporate" company I had been with for almost 11years. I worked with a recruiter to find a position in my new state of residence. Within hours of the recruiter sending out my resume, I had a hit from a small business that was very excited about my skills. Long story short, I was hired into a position that was far below my skill set,because that is what they needed filled inmediately. I was told it was temporary because they knew I was over qualified for it and my role would change in the near future. I was given very minimal training, and it was off to the races. My primary role never changed in spite of what I was promised, but my responsibilities multiplied. I was buried- any time I tried to ask a question, the boss was too busy, or would forget. Priorities changed by the day, but we're rarely communicated effectively if at all. I was written up for not performing job duties that I thought were shared responsibilities, but in fact were my "priorities" to spite never having been told that they were.
One day, I was "awesome" the next day I was being threatened with being fired. My boss would lose her mind and scream at me, and I could do nothing more than take it.
Today, after several more threats, I was let go. Honestly, it's a relief, and since I had already been job searching (and seriously considered walking out on several occasions) I almost feel like it was mutual- I think I actually said thank you...
I feel confident that my skills will get me an interview, but I'm not sure how to frame my termination from a job that I was over qualified for, working for a crazy person.