from your last employment? I feel it kind of evens things out and hopefully brings reality back into the picture.
Notice an employer will never respond with, "They ran out of here screaming." or "After they cursed me out, they stomped out."
I guess it's okay for employers to make their separation issues "palatable", but not ok for employees.
To rephrase the above, lets say you're at an interview and the employer asks, "what was the reason for your separation over at Bubblicious?" You answer," The office was smoke filled and I was getting asthma." Then you
ask, "How did this position becoming available?" Then the employer thinks back on the employee whose position your're now interviewing for and says, "They moved out of state" when the real reason was that the person couldn't stand being there anymore and found a new position.