|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 - Anonymous|
Last updated on 12/09/2002
And here is what they were:
|This was almost a believable rejection letter up until the part on the Equal Employer ramblings and how it would not matter. I remember that there was one of those classy equal employment opportunity and affirmative action forms to fill out when I submited my application and resume. |
Other Comments from Jody in NC.
I agree, they almost made me feel like a person when I applied, right up until they wanted me to fill out a form with my race, sex, and any disabilites while assuring me it will have no influence on the application process.