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Rejected Despite Qualification [duplicate]

I applied for a job. I was called for an interview. My interview went really well. I was asked questions which I answered pretty nicely and people there interviewing me seemed really happy with my ...
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5answers
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Is it professional to ask for reasons of a rejected application? [duplicate]

I was wondering how professional it'd to ask for some feedback when you receive a template-based rejection email? Or it'd be just a waste of time and would look amateur?
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Is it appropriate to ask for the reasons,my job application didn't forwarded to the next stage? [duplicate]

The last days i have made same job applications to some companies and 2 days ago i received a phone call from the recruit department and we have a small talk about some extra infos, which they need. ...
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5answers
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Admonishing an employer for not providing a response after an interview [duplicate]

If you have an interview, and the employer never responds to you but it seems obvious that they simply decided to choose someone else, I guess the best response is to simply get over it - but is it ...
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1answer
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How to get honest negative feedback from an interview? [duplicate]

I have had two recent interviews which I thought initially both went well but then was told that, while they were "impressed with my qualifications and background", it doesn't currently match their ...
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1answer
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How to get feedback notes after interview [duplicate]

NB: The question of asking for feedback when none has been given has been posed. My question is about getting written feedback when oral feedback already has been given. I was recently rejected after ...
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2answers
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Asking feedback after a tech interview [duplicate]

Please note that I'm asking for getting feedback after tech interview, which is different from other interview stages from my opinion. I had tech interview in a form of a coding exercise for a ...
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3answers
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After getting rejected, should I try to ask a question about improvements? [duplicate]

Let say that you went in for an interview for a job. The interview was the best and you have done everything perfectly. You even send a thank you message after the interview. However, in a few days ...
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2answers
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I've been rejected during the application process, and I want to ask some more details on why. Is this okay? [duplicate]

I've been through a quite long application process, and in the end I've been rejected. I've been sent an e-mail where they explicitly recognized the "strength" of my profile, but they decided to not ...
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2answers
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Is it unprofessional to request feedback about the interview [duplicate]

I had a job interview today for a software development job as a Junior Developer as it was down to me and another girl, the outcome of the interview was that the girl had one years more experience ...
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4answers
401 views

How can I get additional feedback after a rejection? [duplicate]

I participated in a procedure for a position, and I pass an online first-look-assessment of my cv and cover letter. I took exams and then I gave an interview. I thought I gave a good impression at the ...
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3answers
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Rejected without an explanation [duplicate]

I'm a software engineer. I'd recently applied for a job of the same role in a company. The HR called me up, explained the recruitment process, the first of which would be an assignment(a coding/...
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2answers
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Requesting test results after job rejection for the sake of curiosity [duplicate]

After applying to a job (Software Development) with code samples and a critique of a programming language, I was asked to complete IQ and Personality tests then contact the company. I did so and was ...
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1answer
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Asking for interview feedback after being successful [duplicate]

I was just recently informed that I was successful in securing a role that I applied for. I've been described by some as "intensely literal" which thankfully hasn't worked against me in my last couple ...
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4answers
249 views

Is it appropriate to contact an employer who hadn't hired you and ask for advice? [duplicate]

My guess is no because it comes across as pushy/desperate (and in my case, it is). I've never done this. I'm not asking for WHY they didn't hire me. The answer for that is most often they found a ...

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