Whether you have mustered up the courage to apply to your first job, or you’re an experienced job seeker and have been applying to multiple positions, being rejected for a position can be throw off your momentum. Today we’re covering how to deal with job search rejection, how to respond, and how to ask for feedback. Check it out!

Nine Tips to Deal with Job Search Rejection

“Don’t use a job interview as a measure of your professional worth. The hiring process at most companies is often difficult to gauge and typically out of your control”. As hard as it may be, dealing with job search rejection is part of the process. Here is how to deal with it.

How to Respond to a Job Rejection Email

You will not always receive a phone call when a company rejects your application. Oftentimes you’ll receive an email – stating that the company went with another candidate, and sometimes even why they hired someone else. Here’s how to respond.

The Thank You That Can Turn Rejection into Opportunity

If you’re looking for how to find the positives from being rejected from a job – this one is for you. Find out how to send a thank-you note, the benefits of being rejected, what to say, and even a template to go along with it.

Asking for Feedback After a Job Rejection – Do’s and Don’ts 

One of the most productive things you can do post-job rejection is asking for feedback. “Asking for feedback should be all about improving yourself, finding out what you could do differently in future interviews, or what skills and experiences you could look to add to your resume moving forward.” Here is some advice on when to ask, how to ask, and what not to do. Check it out!