I am over these assessments test that employers send you just to send you an email stated Sorry but we feel we are not a match or good fit. I havent even taken some of there test and still get a letter. They are bs test just to see if you can read or add and its the same test over and over. These test dont do justice on some one work ethics loyalty honesty. Or integrity. Its a waste of time for the employer and person applying. Too lazy to... see more

So very true!

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Ever struggle to get yourself up and moving on Monday?

Sometimes you just have to tell yourself something positive...

-I am inspiring
-I am unique
-I am important
-I am strong
-I am a shark! : )

Let's give ourselves a boost!

Finish this thought and tell me which word best describes YOU in the comments.

I am...

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I try to be like the North American Bald Eagle, swooping in on opportunities as they come up. No one does it... see more

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Hi, paying attention to those rejection emails can be very helpful if you address them in the right way. Think of it as another way of evaluating your weakness to better improve your job search and communication skills by asking the question as to why you were rejected/unqualified. Don't just discard a possibility. . .

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How about when they won't evan return ur call? They drop u right before they say when ur suppose to start work... see more

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Usnews.com interviewed company leaders and hiring managers to find out the reasons they avoid sending rejection letters. Here's why: Volume: Companies receive an average of 250 resumes per position. ... From an employers' standpoint, it can seem better to send no letter at all than risk a potential lawsuit.

When Do Companies Have to Notify Job Applicants?

  • It takes time to apply for a job, from researching the company by creating a targeted... see more
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It only takes a short time to generate a rejection email. And when that happens at least I know the company I just... see more

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The email said I didn't see anywhere your salary range would you please provide it Mind you, the salary was never disclosed to me prior and you're advised by the experts not to ask in your interview and besides it was the job itself that interested me the most. I did my research to determine how much a person in that field would make. So to answer the question, I shared what I made on my last job (which is less than the said amount my research... see more

I am sorry you didn't get that job. But in the future, don't be afraid to discuss salary in a first interview. This... see more

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I keep getting denied due to availability, but the thing is I'm only not available two days due to my brother dying this year, it's making me discouraged and making me feel like a failure and like I have no future, I miss my brother dearly and I feel like I cant catch a break, every job has directly said that it is because of that.

You are not a failure. You have not just found the right job for you. My condolences. I understand how you feel cos... see more

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Had a very good interview last week. I was really looking forward to this job. Just received an email that they decided to go a different route. Feeling depressed and frustrated. Ive had over 50 applications filled already. Praying that something comes up quick.

I can understand where your coming from. I've had my own frustrations and disappointments. Just keep putting in... see more

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raquel setzer thank you. Yes i am willing to start in a less desired position. Even that seems to be complicated... see more

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I dont get it. I got rejected again. They loved my passion but no offer. What am I doing wrong?
I am acclaimed in my field. Just turned 50. 2 degrees. Working on my Masters. All my roles were progressively upward. Am I being blackballed? I remain prayerful.

Don't give up hope,Mel. Check in with your campus career coordinator to see if they can help you get some leads... see more

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Got my first denial today from the VA no less. oh well. Waiting on many other applications out there. Really hoping I can get something soon, as we want to buy our first house next year.

Hi James Cohoon ! Just make sure when you are buying your first home that the other person applying for the loan... see more

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Ashley Wilson Thanks, my wife has been a teacher for over a decade so no issues there. We have to wait on a... see more

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It's sad there are employers that will never see your application. Stock rejection sentences: We certainly appreciate the time you spent completing the application. After careful deliberation, the hiring manager has reevaluated the needs of the department. We regret to inform you that the search has been canceled. We encourage you to apply and check our website for future job opportunities Here is another version: After careful review of... see more

Move on, hold your head up and move on. THIS TOO,WILL PASS

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Has anyone ever replied to a rejection email?
Usually, I don’t pay attention, I just keep moving.
The Hiring Manager promised me that the Recruiter would call me to schedule a time for the next phase.
A couple days later, I saw that Indeed reposted the position like it was new. I did some research and thé reasons stated in the forum:
-company may just interview people although it already has a chosen candidate
-company has not found a suitable... see more

Hi Guerline A - I am glad to hear that you are on a more positive journey. That is invaluable in the job search. Te... see more

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Matt Bornhorst thank you Matt!

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