You had a feeling things didn’t go quite the way you wanted when you walked out of the interview. That nagging feeling kept you wondering exactly what it was you did wrong. The call came or the letter was delivered and you were passed up on the position. This doesn’t have to be the end of gaining knowledge about you. You have options available to help you learn from this interview and get beyond this current hurdle in your job search. Not all employers are willing to be candid, but some might be, it depends on your approach. Finding a job to meet your financial needs is too important to let your insecurities get in the way of seeking out an honest critique. We encourage you to be willing to press through your inhibitions and gain understanding. For those of you who prefer to remain hidden, this can be a good way to begin to step beyond making your job search too personal and presenting yourself as the professional you know you can be. . In today’s article you will find steps to guide you through the process of learning how to turn a failed job interview into a successful future job interview.
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