Moving forward after being turned down for a job

07/25/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Candidates turned down for a job should consider what was rejected -- them or their resume, Roger Wright, author of "Finding Work When There Are No Jobs," writes in this blog post. Job seekers often don't do a good job of using their resumes to tell their story or convey how their skills can help an employer, he notes. Wright offers five questions to ask after rejection, including whether candidates "fit" with the job or if they showed that the job was important to them.

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