Aug 17, 2018 - 03:41 PM
You may start by reassessing your own application materials or interview skills, but this is only worthwhile up to a point. Objective feedback can provide insight, but nothing as precise as the specific reasons for an employer's rejection. Very few applicants who do not get a position take the time to write a rejection follow-up letter. You should consider doing so if you keep missing out on jobs you want.
Take a look at our sample follow-up letters for rejections both before and after an interview. An employer may provide valuable feedback that can improve the quality of your job search. In the meantime, it is important to bounce back and continue your search for the right position.