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If at First You Don’t Succeed: How to Go About Reapplying for a Job

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You’ve been rejected as an applicant. Or perhaps you never heard back from an employer after submitting your application.

Is reapplying for a job ever appropriate or worthwhile?   

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Job Search Sabotage: Taking Rejection Too Personally

Don Miguel Ruiz

In “The Four Agreements,” a bestselling book by Don Miguel Ruiz, “Don’t take anything personally,” is the second agreement.

Taking things personally in your job search can result in feelings of hurt and inadequacy when you get rejected, something goes wrong in the job interview process or you receive bad advice…   

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Handling Rejection After The Job Interview

Being a job seeker is tough, but being a fresh-out-of-college job seeker is even tougher. Why? Job rejection. It stings, especially the first time around. So you didn’t get the job and you’re feeling a little down right now. How do you handle it?   

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