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How to Get Constructive Feedback On Your Job Search Skills

Let’s face it: recruiters will not tell you how you did in that interview because they don’t want the legal liability that you take it the wrong way and sue. Yes, that’s a bit extreme, and 99.9% of people won’t do that, but since we don’t know for sure you’re not the .1% exception we just assume you are. One of the best things about my job as a coach is that now I can give the candid feedback I couldn’t share as a recruiter. I do believe people want the feedback and benefit from hearing it, and now I don’t have to tiptoe around any legal issues.

But what if you don’t have a coach who is beholden only to you and who can share the good, the bad and the ugly? How can you get constructive criticism during your search so that you can identify and fix potential problems?  Read Connie and my tips in our latest Vault Campus Recruiting blog:

http://www.vault.com/blogs/blogs.jsp?blog_id=1440

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