5 positive steps to take after job-search rejection

07/3/2013 | Dumb Little Man

If you're turned down for a job, ask the interviewer for feedback on your strengths and weaknesses so you can learn from the experience and improve for the next interview, Jenny Beswick writes. "If you have the time and the resources, consider shoring up some of those weak spots with some software training, online classes, or research to get yourself up to speed," she writes.

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