how to respond to job rejection – and even make it work for you

featured-on-usnIt’s your favorite topic: job rejection!

Obviously, getting rejected for a job you really wanted is one of the worst parts of job searching. But if you handle the rejection well, you can get something useful out of the disappointment.

Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about four keys in responding to job rejection: don’t get angry, thank the interviewer for her time, ask for feedback, and stay in touch with the hiring manager. You can read it here.

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