Rejection is a part of the job search process. We are all rejected as a part of the search and this is why you should have a list of 50 - 100 companies in which to pursue employment. Rejection hurts a little less if you are in communication with multiple companies. When you face rejection, (remember we all experience this part of the job search), it is often helpful to receive information that might help you in the future. We advise you to communicate directly with the company and politely ask if they might be willing to share with you why you did not receive an offer. Be sure to share with them that you are interested in feedback so that you can improve your job search skills. Most companies will provide you with a reply. If the feedback is encouraging you should ask if you can remain in contact with the company, so that perhaps later on you may be a possible candidate for future employment.