Failure Can Be a Great Career Mentor!

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People who have failed throughout their career can attest to the fact that it helped them immensely moving forward. Failure is a common part of a career and should almost be expected. Not everyone will get it right the first time, or succeed the minute they are handed their diploma. Failure can actually be a… Read more »

How to Follow Up if You do Not Get the Job

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The search for a job can be very stressful and lengthy at times. Getting a phone call from the hiring manager, who tells you that the job was offered to someone else, can be demoralizing. Do not let this phone call dampen your spirits or cause you to stop the search for a new job…. Read more »

How and Why to Write Good Rejection Letters to Rejected Candidates

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Writing rejection letters is a topic that many staffing and recruitment professionals tend to avoid. No one likes giving “bad” news, so it is only natural to dodge this task. However, taking the time to write a good rejection letter to candidates who have not been chosen for the job is not only a professional… Read more »