3 ways to recover from career disappointments
Deborah Grayson Riegel writes that a professional disappointment was a blow to her ego, but also "the kick in the butt I needed to develop a thicker skin, more personal and professional resilience, and yes, a more strategic business plan than 'pray that nothing changes, ever.'" She provides strategies for handling disappointment such as understanding how it might highlight some weakness that needs to be corrected. Fast Company online
Traversing tricky job search situations
Delicate situations are bound to come up in a job search, Alison Green writes. For instance, what should you do if you get a job offer while you're waiting to hear back from an employer you prefer? You can buy some time by asking for a few days to mull things over, but you probably won't be able to prolong the decision longer than that, Green writes. U.S. News & World Report/On Careers blog
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