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Monday 1 February 2016

Top 11 Reasons why Candidates get Rejected in Interview

Top 11 Reasons why Candidates get Rejected in Interview

Here are few requisites to remember before applying for job?

1. Correct your resume: Review your curriculum vitae. You will be surprised to know that 90% of the resumes get dumped in waste basket even before they are read full. The admission committee imparts 5-10 seconds to every resume they come across. A promising resume should inflict impression from the beginning itself. Most of the time it doesn’t matter whether you deserve. Mostly recruiters appraise a candidate for viva solely on the way a resume induces.
2. You are not enough prepared: You need to do homework. There’s no way out of it. You have applied to a job with an intention to work for it. Justify it! The recruiters are bent-upon serious to select and not to reject candidates. They need to ensure that you have come prepared, which ensures that you are passionate and interested. Lack of preparation can mean otherwise.
3. You have meager understanding of the job and the company: It should be your part and parcel before you apply to any job. You need to understand the job, learn about the company, the work it entails, the dedication it demands, etc. The more you learn about the company, the better off you will be during viva.
4. Instability in career profile: Frequent switching of jobs can be a great off for the recruiters. Your profile should entail stability in professional life. Employee seekers would never want to recruit a professionally unstable candidate and bring about uncalled-for disloyalty. They want corporate committed relationship.
5. Lack of passion and enthusiasm:
Your gesture and body language should entail your passion and enthusiasm for the job. If you start coveting the job, no wonder you will be soon passionate about it. If you are passionate of the skills you have acquired through knowledge and education, then there exists no restraint to stop you from getting hired.

6. You might lack qualification: There’s no wrong in applying to as many pertinent jobs     you find. But your lack of qualification would not take you any further than just applying. Your resumes will be appraised and if by chance you pass through that check, you will be cut off in the interview.
7. You should have clear career goals to fulfill: You should be able to depict your enthusiasm to fulfill career goals. Remember, not just goals, it should be in-tune with good service you render to the company you are applying. It is always better to have goals. And it’s even better if you prepare for interview with goals that benefit the company in the long haul.
8. You were dawned with negativity: Half glass full or half glass empty, it doesn’t count what you answer here, but optimism is very essential. It’s important to understand that positive thinking gives way to optimistic energy traveling around you. This attitude might be unconsciously picked up by the recruiter. Expect good if you want something good to happen.
9. Choose your referees wisely: You have studied in a university or worked under a former employer. So, you have a better chance of closely knowing a professor or an employer. You would never want a debacle out of a recommendation. Let your referees know about the company and job entailments. It is necessary to discuss your plans with them. Handout a copy of your resume to them. They’ll have a better idea of what to speak to your recruiters. Keep in touch with your referees.
10. Communication is equally necessary:
Communication doesn’t always mean that you need to speak flawless English, but it also integrates your overall gesture and stature. These include few grooming questions as, how you walk into the room, do you wish the recruiting committee, and are you cordial to them, what do you wear on your face; smile or austerity, how you talk to the recruiters, are you positive and confident, etc. There are three kinds of communication: verbal, non-verbal and oral communication. All of them must be taken care of.
11. First Impression always counts: Check out for specification on what to wear. It’s better to abide by the rules laid by the company. And if not, then dress in formals. Your attire should be clean and ironed. Avoid wearing jewelry. Your wear shouldn’t be gaudy or pure casuals.
The agony of getting rejected can be huge and impending. It dents your confidence to a level when you lose all hopes. It’s always worth remembering that no matter how many times you get rejected, it offers you chances to look back at your mistakes. Amend upon those mistakes, and you will feel the cheers of success.Here are few points to stay put your hope and courage even after rejection.

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