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jerryben

jerryben

China

December 5, 2007

When you’re rejected , ask the employer for his reasons, if possible. Do it professionally and calmly ;you are there to learn, not argue. What you find out may give you the insight you need improve you chances  of succeeding the next time. Jane salmons, a senior career adviser, says, “although you may not always like to the negative feedback, remember that purpose of  the call is to help you in the future. So whatever you do , don’t argue. You’ve asked for an opinion, so respect it and use it positively. Also, remember that the company may have a future job for which you would suitable. For example, the first—choice candidate may not be able to take the position, or another suitable vacancy may arise. So don’t burn your bridges.”

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