Did you ever leave a job interview feeling like it didn't go so well? Self-doubt can creep in as soon as you walk out the door. Little things nag at you like your posture, tone, and answers you gave. Related: 3 Tips For Preparing For A Job Interview You can turn these negative experiences into positive ones and become better at interviews. Learn what went wrong and improve your performance. Here are five ways to recover from a bad job interview:

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When you drive down the highway, you may have noticed a billboard that catches your eye. They advertise something that you need. A new chiropractor opened an office less than a mile from your home. They offer a free initial consultation. Perfect! Your in-laws are coming into town and you need a place that meets everyone’s taste. A new buffet restaurant offers specials that particular night. Awesome! The resume works the same way. Essentially, you are advertising your skills and experience to meet the needs of an employer. It is a key instrument in showing your personal brand. The resume itself is constructed to grab their attention. But this usually falls flat because of common resume mistakes. Here are some tips to keep from employers passing you by:

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