Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread: Tips to deal with job rejection

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    Posts
    317

    Default Tips to deal with job rejection



    1.Question yourself:
    Once you get rejected by an employer, instead of walking out in anger and pain, ask yourself questions that can help you learn from the experience. Have you done your best or how could you improve yourself? Was there any question which you have never thought about or heard before? How best would you have handled yourself differently? Asking these questions will make you stronger and you will be ready to face the next challenge.

    2.Never take things to heart:
    When you start your job hunt, keep in mind that acceptance and rejection are two parts of the process. Take both of it alike. Though it is true that rejection of a job offer hurts, learn not to take it to heart. You might be rejected not because of your performance, but because the company’s criteria might be different. If you take it in that way, things would be much easier.

    3.Let go:
    If you are not offered a job position, it is not the end of the world. Life is not to be taken so seriously. Engage yourself in some physical exercises like walking, swimming, cycling or gym activities. This will refresh your body and mind. Do something that makes you happy to forget the pain of rejection.

    4.Concentrate on your strengths:
    The most important thing you need to focus is on your strengths. You should have a clear understanding of what you are good at and passionate about. Just because you have been rejected by few employers does not mean you are a failure. You have your own strengths and maybe the right place to showcase that is awaiting you somewhere.

    5.Count yourself among others:
    You are not the only person who has not been offered a job. Understand that you are just one among the many who have had the same experience. It is always good to stay in touch with other prospective job hunters on a similar job search journey. The mutual support and knowledge transfer will help you a lot.



    Keywords: employer, anger , pain, heart,job hunt, physical exercises, walking, swimming, cycling, gym activities

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Location
    Russian
    Posts
    54

    Default Tips to deal with job rejection

    I think these tips are really helpful for the entrepreneurs. I am an entrepreneur & always feel happy when I saw some people are helping them by advising them.

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •