The Pros And Cons Of Rejection During The Job Search Process

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Rejection is probably the hardest thing to deal with during a job search process. When an employer let the applicant know that he or she has not been selected for the position, the candidate starts feeling frustrated especially for the effort put into it. The first step to take is for a candidate is to contact the employer and ask for an evaluation. The employer might give the candidate an honest explanation, and mention if the applicant lacks in any skills or experience. This is very important for job seekers because they can make changes and work on those skills in need of improvement. However, some employers do not talk about specific opinions about their decision. In this case, the applicant should thank them anyway for their time. If the employer is going to evaluate the interview, the candidate should listen…show more content…
Some of them do not get over it easily, and they are not able to move on that quickly. It is hard to face a rejection after so much effort out into it. Also, it is hard to digest a rejection when a person’s economic situation is not the best. People who struggle with rejection are disadvantaged in finding a job because like many aspects of life the job search process can be tough. As many people shared the rejection experience, they realized that they spent days thinking about a rejection without doing anything productive for their job search. However, they learnt the lessons and tried to become better at it. On the other hand, some people are able to deal with rejection like is part of the process and it cannot be avoid. For them moving on to the next step is easy and comes natural. They always see something positive even in rejection, and use it for the next job application. They are incredibly talented in forgetting failure, but also learn form it. Rejection is going to put people down if not taken in the right way. It is normal to be frustrated, but rejection should not put anyone

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