Don't take job rejection personally

08/28/2011 | Ask A Manager blog

Job listings don't always list every qualification needed, so don't get upset if you're rejected because you don't possess one of those unmentioned skills, Alison Green writes. "[Y]ou're better off simply accepting that they didn't think you were quite the fit they're looking for -- for whatever reason -- and moving on," she writes.

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