Why it's sometimes better not to get the job

09/22/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

You should feel somewhat relieved if you don't get a job with a hiring manager who suddenly stops communicating with you, Rob Walker writes. "[Y]our best course might be simply to be pleased you avoided working for this guy, and let the whole thing go," Walker advises.

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