Failed Interviews are More Useful for Your Career than Successful Ones

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Everyone goes through interviewing for new jobs once in a while.

If you are a consultant, you probably apply for new jobs once a year or more. As permanent employee, looking for a new job happens less, maybe every few years.

Not many people like the interviewing process. It is stressful every time as it elicits lots of…

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