Nobody likes to get a rejection letter. Receiving one kinda dampens the excitement you initially had for an exciting job posting. After all, you polished up your resume and made sure it positioned you as the clear choice. You even interviewed and nailed it.
Then, that dreaded email hit your inbox.
"We regret to inform you, blah, blah, blah..."
Not what you wanted to hear. Not the kind of email you like to see. But hey, these things happen. What to do?
You can learn a lot about rejection letters if you take them as an opportunity to improve your chances of getting hired.
Here are several ways to recover and learn from a rejection letter:
Learn all you can from this experience. Keeping a positive attitude during this time is crucial. You need to maintain a great outlook on things. Remember, your attitude can be sensed by others, so make sure you keep it in check and remain optimistic.
How have you remained encouraged in spite of receiving a rejection letter?
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