Dealing with rejection can be difficult for a job seeker. The best way to deal with rejection is not to take it personally. Being rejected for a job does not define you or your worth. This doesn't mean that you shouldn't feel disappointed about the rejection, but rather give yourself time to process.
What to do when you think you said yes to the wrong offer? The excitement has now worn off, and the reality is setting in on the decision you've made to accept a new offer. I've heard this story all too often, and it doesn't necessarily mean that you didn't ask enough questions during the interview or that you didn't do your research. How many of you can say you've accepted a job and once you started you quickly realized this is not what you thought it was going to be?
As a job seeker, the key is to stay consistent! There is no set or specific time frame on how long it will take for the right opportunity to come your way. For some, it will be weeks, and for others, it may be months. Looking for a job is like a full-time job, and it can be mentally and emotionally draining. There may be times when you want to give up, and you think that maybe staying at that job you hate isn’t that bad.