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Is it worth trying again after rejection?

 
#1 Is it worth trying again after rejection?
21/10/2011 15:51

explorer

Hi

I have been in job application process with PwC (experienced hire for Technology Consulting) about half a year ago. I passed the interview with manager but failed in selection event. Basically this was due to the lack of preparation from my side - should have done a good research before that.

My question - is it worth trying again? Would they reject me on the ground "seen him before already"? What are my chances? When should I try again?

Does anybody has a similar experience and successfully passed all stages later?

Thanks in advance for all your advice.

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#2 RE: Is it worth trying again after rejection?
21/10/2011 16:29

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to explorer (#1)

I can't speak specifically about PwC, but where I've been party to such conversations with other consulting firms the general consensus has been that recruiters want to see 12-18 months pass before they will be willing to consider a candidate who has previously failed to secure an offer. The argument being that enough time needs to have passed for you to have developed professionally for them to consider giving you another chance on the grounds that you might actually be a better candidate than you were previously.

Tony Restell

Top-Consultant.com

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