Understand how your resume is handled and adjust your expectations and actions accordingly.
One of the reasons that applying for a new role is so stressful is that it's a black box. You send your resume off into the ether, perhaps after a short conversation with someone, and at some stage you get a response. It can be the same resume, the same job title, the same interview performance and yet sometimes you get rejected and sometimes you're not. There seems to be no rhyme or reason. When we're uncertain, we make up stories about what's happening. That's how myths are born.
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