(Interview) Following-Up the Interview : (Rejection)

INTERVIEW : Following-Up the Interview:

Rejection

Keep in mind that rejection is a normal part of every job search. For every position, if 100 people apply, 99 will be rejected. If you are rejected, it does not mean that you are not a good applicant. It simply means that you were not the best applicant for that particular job at that particular time. Don't get discouraged. Rejection happens to everyone and is not a reflection of you. Consider each new application a new opportunity.

  • Walt Disney's idea for Disneyland was rejected by six major banks before being accepted. They said no one would come.

  • A record company which had the opportunity to sign the Beatles rejected them. They felt that electric guitar music was only a phase.