Whether you’re just getting started interviewing for new roles or you’ve been interviewing but haven’t landed a new job, consider asking for feedback during or even after the process. Not all recruiters and hiring managers will provide feedback, possibly out of fear of saying something that could be construed as discriminatory or non-inclusive or because they simply don’t have time and have already moved on to filling the next job. But if you don’t ask, you can’t receive. The author presents three ways to ask for feedback during or after the interview process — and how to learn from it.
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