Sunday, 16 September 2012

Rejected in an Interview? Don't Lose Your Heart

Have you been searching hard and rigorously applying for jobs but nothing seems to be materializing? You’re probably setting wrong standards for your self and applying for posts junior to your qualifications that will not facilitate interview chances for you.

Let’s see some ways to improve your chances:

Plan smart

Have more plans before the interview, you will avoid disappointment. Make sure your resume satisfies their job requirement and the moment they have a glance at your resume, they should see you as prospective candidate. Try to understand why are they looking forward to hiring?

Don’t wait to send the next application

Rejection is as natural as acception. They probably rejected you because you were more qualified than the job requirement. Stop brooding over the spilt milk and immediately look ahead.

Don’t burn your bridges!

The company may have in store your dream job some years later. Learn to accept their decision and don’t ever argue. Always call for feedback and respect their opinion.

Act to Improve

Every word of feedback can give you an edge in the next interview you face. Condition applied; you work to improve your shortfalls.

Believe in your self

Concentrate on your achievements as they are the building blocks of your present. Stay confident, rejection is just a situation and will pass away with one right move!

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