|IT Manager: Can you look to see if there are any resumes sent in by someone with the a Web Developers skill set, mostly HTML, ASP, SQL, Dreamweaver, Flash, freehand, and ADO. |
Janitor: *digs in the trash*
Here is one.
IT Manager: Excellent. Degree in Computer Information Systems, four years experience in HTML and ASP. Two years with SQL and VB Script. Look a portfolio of URLs. Impressive.
Janitor: I have a nephew who has a computer at home.
IT Manager: Great! We will hire him instead.
Comments by - Steve|
Last updated on 05/28/2013
And here is what they were:
|I can't say I blame them about not being selected. I am just glad they sent this cookie cutter letter instead of not responding at all like many companies love to do. This letter was really cut and dry and very non offensive, this is one of the better written letters except for the part about matching my resume to future jobs?come on! So to test that, I went to their site and found a job I was interested in. Instead of resubmitting my resume, I just submitted an email stating I was interested and to use the resume already on file. And guess what, three days later I got a response back saying to submit a resume.|
Comments from a Staff Member:
At least they responded, several companies do not even bother contacting you after the interview(s).