We’ve all been there — you had a great rapport with a recruiter or hiring manager and aside from a few snags, the job interview went pretty well. Maybe you even had several job interviews for the same role that all seemed promising. Still, after a little bit of time had passed, you received that dreaded job rejection letter.
“… we have decided to pursue other candidates…”
While job rejection can sting, there’s no reason to feel like you have wasted your time in pursuing a job with this particular organization. Sure, they turned you down this time, but you’re now on their radar. In this piece, we’re going to look at how to leverage job rejection — how to make the most out of being turned down for a job. (more…)