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by SixFigureStart | November 09, 2009

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Last week I got a rejection letter. Rejection is nothing unusual to me these days. In fact, you can say that it has become my new middle name. I now consider myself lucky that my old middle name was Robin so I don’t have to worry about changing my monogram. This letter was unusual only because snail mail rejections are increasingly uncommon; in most other cases I’ve received the news via email, or in more than a few cases have simply never heard from an employer or a headhunter again. The other things that were notable about this rejection were that it was from a university I’d hired from successfully for years as a representative of one of its most wildly desired employers, and that the job would have required me to take a $120K+ plus pay decrease from what I earned in my last two jobs.[Read More]

--Posted by Janet Raiffa The 405 Club

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