May I respectfully disagree with “Remember, it’s OK to mourn a job you didn’t get.”
Move on and do something constructive to explore why you failed this time around and build and develop your interview skills. A human resources and recruitment practitioner with over 30 years of experience can provide feedback on the answers you gave and provide honest feedback on how you could have improved your answers and what the potential employer was looking for in asking that question in the first place.
It is extremely unlikely you will get honest feedback from those who interviewed you.
Time to be proactive and grow your interview skills and if you go to an interview unprepared hoping to wing it then you did not deserve to get the job – cruel ! – yes but true.
Preparation for an interview is one of the most important components in your application, just as important as having spent time on the preparation of each part of your application.
I saw hundreds of applicants complaining they could not get feedback following an interview.
You are in charge of your own destiny, hire your own professional consultant
to work with you and for you to train and teach you about interview techniques,
THE WHY AND THE HOW?
Learn why the potential employer is asking THAT question.
A dress rehearsal for interview will provide the confidence you need to give you the edge.
INVEST IN YOU AND YOUR FUTURE, YOUR CAREER DOES NOT JUST DEVELOP ITSELF WITHOUT YOU DIRECTING AND GUIDING IT.
Interview Coaching/Training is an individual service provided one on one in privacy