Learning to cope with job rejection after the initial interview
First, U.S. News & World Report states that it's in your best interest not to take it personally. At the end of the day, you might simply not have been a good fit for the company. This doesn't mean that the interview was a waste of time - you were able to work on your social skills!
Next, the Washington Post states that you're likely going to feel embarrassed after being rejected, which is completely normal. However, the key is to not let yourself get caught up in the sense of humiliation and view it as a learning experience.
Finally, speak to your psychic advisor if you feel like your career efforts continue to fall flat. A tarot reading can let you know when you're going to find a new job and may give you another reason to let those feelings of rejection slide.
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