I’m not sure if I linked an article I wrote entitled “Don’t let a denial stall your job search.” It was about how I was denied a position at the company I really want to work for and the position that I want to be my career.
Well, guess who has two thumbs and had another interview with said company?! Continue reading “Confidence + Kindness = Faith in Humanity restored.”
Today, I have a callback interview at a company that is trustworthy, the largest and oldest bank in DE Valley, and almost 200 years old. They also have a heavy presence in the community; the company has programs for students K-12, the homeless, and more.
I’m ready to blow them away.
After hearing back from an employer I interviewed with that I did notget the job. Of course, this saddened me. Honestly, it pretty much depressed me for days. But I didn’t want to dwell on it. So I wrote an article addressing this on LinkedIn. Here’s a sneak peak.
“We’ve all been there. Excelled in your phone interview, displayed confidence in your on-site interview, and showed the company that you were the right fit and you were excited to continue on in the application process.
And then it happens. Be it a polite phone call or an email. “We have chosen to pursue another candidate/applicant”. It stings. When you thought all your ducks were in a row, you’d aced all the important interview questions and asked some of your own.”
Read more on LinkedIn
I hope this helps at least one person in the same struggle as I am. I would love to speak with people who like to discuss careers and opportunities for growth. It’s very enticing.