Why you shouldn’t worry about a job rejection.


 Are you still looking for the security that comes from a paid job?

Well, these day finding one seems to be getting harder and harder and in most case extremely difficult.

Read about how one person applied for 200 jobs and got into a little depression afterwards

Not finding a job doesn’t mean there aren’t any more jobs. What it means is that in most cases finding  one still comes with a bit of luck-at least for those who believe in luck.

So you may have the right qualification for the job or the not-so right qualification. It doesn’t matter anymore.

Companies the world over have their own criteria for selecting  who they want as their next employee. And their next employee may not be as qualified as you are.

But whether the next company employee is less qualified than you are, if they are hired, it might be that they possess the qualities that are needed.

Forget what you read

Forget about what you’ve just read in the ad that pointed out the number of ‘must haves‘ you need to be qualified for an open position. 

The crietria for selecting a candidate for a particular job position boils down to a few identifiable traits in an individual.

Possessing multiple certifications as helpful as they might be in most cases, only touches the surface of what employers are looking for in a candidate.

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So what quailities do you possess that will land you your next job?

Depending on the kind of job, the ideal candidate companies are looking for

must be motivated, goal-oriented,is trustworthy and reliable and has a strong work ethics. In addition the candidate must also 

possess great communications skills.

Anything less will get you going from one office to another in search of a job.

See the Top 10 work values  employers look  for.

And if you possess these qualities and you still don’t get employed?

” I was qualified for the position, but I got rejected.” This might be you crying out your disappointment over an employment rejection. It happens and it can happen.

Relax, you are not alone as even the most qualified candidates get rejected. A Forbes article outlines the reasons why even over-qualified candidates get rejected.

If being rejected will bother you,then get past it and channel your expertise   in other directions. You have more ways to showcase your experiences without even bothering to get that dream job.

And if you know your ‘game’ so well, then you can also put them into content form and earn from it. 

Show case your expertise elsewhere 

When you are fed up of piling up rejections from would-be employers, there’s only one thing to do; find a useful way to employ your expertise.

If employers have a hard time employing you, then get the whole world to employ you!

Showcase your expertise digitally through content writing. This can be your next employer that could earn you more for writing a single article,

than the average paycheck  you were hoping to earn at the end of the month.

If you have a passion for writing, you can turn this passion into an income opportunity.

What opportunities are out there?

There are companies and businesses out there that have decent advertising budgets. This is money set aside for the sole purpose of promoting products and getting sales.

In today’s digital world, these same companies and businesses are using content writers. The shift from the more traditional advertising method

to content writing as a way of promoting products is garnering so much attention that according to one statistics, about 90% of  businesses are already using content marketing as a leads capture strategy.

Infact one study shows that using content marketing, businesses  have

generated more than 55% website vistors

 As it stands out,the demand for great content is seemingly high as the number of companies and businesses using this method increases.

Here is where you can find your next opportunity. Here is where you can showcase your expertise by having business blogs and websites

pay you to write for them. And they may pay up to as much as $1000 for a well written article. Why?

Simple. Consumers like good content as this statitistics shows

  • 61% of consumers say they feel better about a company that delivers custom content. They are also more likely to buy.
  • 70% of consumers say they prefer to learn about a company through a collection of articles than adverts
  • 78% of consumers believe that companies providing custom content are interested in building good relationships. source

Finding for your next job then may just be about you saying,’let me do things differently‘. You can turn your writing passion into a tangible income earner.

There is a market for your expertise if you can write and you may not know it.

Websites and blogs are still in need of great content and perhaps their next great content might come from you. So get started.

Here’s how you can get started.

If you want your own website or blog you can sign up for a wordpress.com plan. Then head over to the resource page where you will find

The list of 161 markets for Freelance writers

If you are already writing because you have your own website or blog then you’d want to try guest blogging.

Guest blogging allows you the opportunity to showcase your expertise  thereby promoting your blog or business

to a different audience which maybe larger than your own audience.

Go to the resource page and find

The list of  top quality blogs that accept guest post 

One final word

In a world that is changing digitally and at the speed of light, getting your next job will mean hard convincing would-be employers that you are the right candidate.

Employers are more pickier now than before and no matter how qualified you are you may never know what will get you rejected.

Should this bother you? No. As long as you know your stuff, someone will always hire you. And that means you can  go freelancing and ditch the 9 to 5 job search and have  five or more income streams so you will never worry about searching for your next job.

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