by Jamie Carlstedt | February 19, 2021
Re-posted from Vault
Regardless of whether you find out at the beginning or end of the hiring process that you didn’t get an offer, it’s a mistake not to change your approach going forward. If you keep taking the same approach, you’ll likely keep getting the same results.
And rejection isn’t the worst part. When you don’t get a job offer, it can be easy to begin to lose faith in yourself and doubt your value. However, your value has nothing to do with rejection—it’s your inability to communicate your value that’s typically the problem.
So, to make sure you’re taking the right approach with your job search, [check out these] four tips for effectively communicating your skills, knowledge, and experience.