Friday, July 9, 2010

How to Reapply After a Rejection

There is a good career article from titled, "How to Reapply After a Rejection."  Is there a special formula that you need to follow if you get rejected? Here's a snippet from that article:
We contacted HR professionals who work with resume applicant tracking systems (ATS), and all of them said the same thing: If you’ve received a computer-generated rejection letter for a position for which you believe you are qualified, you should understand that your resume has been rejected, not you.

Some applicant tracking websites won't even allow you to reapply for a job unless a certain amount of time elapses.  If you're currently looking for a job and you're not having much luck, make sure you have a very strong resume or CV. Visit and  Search Jobs That Pay Over $100,000.

1 comment:

  1. It's simply a way to streamline the massive amount of applications received. An important part of the hiring process is also about keeping that talent once you've got it...and I noticed a great paper on this at 5 Strategies for Improving Employee Satisfaction in Healthcare
    Have a great day...and good luck! :o)