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Medical Office Assistant at Aunt Marthas Health & Wellness Center

Just keep trying

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Alucia Alexander
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Look for another job

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Ruth Rosario
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keep moving forward, dont stop

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Tamika Perry
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Bus Operator at Centro Peace

I move on to the next one

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Sandra Bronson
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Caregiver at Self Employed

Thank them for their time... Move on

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Tom Sprouse
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Owner And Manager at Fender Peanut Co

Be persistent and keep trying

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Senior Verification/Customer Service/Outreach Agent at VGW (Virtual Gaming Worlds) - LuckyLand Slots

@Bill Branstetter Hello Bill, personally I feel you should handle it like any other rejection, vent, feel your feelings, and then move on. Something better is probably around the corner, there’s a reason this didn’t work out.

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Marlon Tyson
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Keep Faith and Pray Harder and Know that the job that you want is next, and the reason the first position you applied for wasn't meant to be your Job.

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James Barnett
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Accept it Make it rite, Move on

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Nancy Nelson
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I'd find out what the problem was. And don't do it again

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