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Interviewer: You have the skills and experience we are looking for. It was nice speaking to you. Expect to hear something from us in a few days.

Job Seeker: Thanks for your time. *leaves*

*application and resume stored in the trash*

Interviewer: Yeah right! Like I will be wasting my time doing something like that. Idiot!


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Job Market News:

The job market is not that good. Well, unless you know someone already working there...or baby sit the hiring managers child. Oh, or you are the best statistic. And let's not forget those who work in the family business, but I bet even your family might reject you if you do not wear a tie for the interview.

The Price of Rejection

* Four year Degree in Computer Information Systems = $25,534
* Newspaper = .35
* Copy of Resume and Cover Letter = .50
* Suit dry cleaning = 6.76
* Being rejected then putting the letter here for the world to see = Pointless

I would like to see a new form of rejection letter for a job. Something that cannot be misinterpreted, gets right to the point, and will not give any possibilities of false hope. Something as simple as a piece of paper with two boxes on it would do. On top of one is the word YES, and on top of the other is the word NO.

Either that or a letter that says, "You did not get the job nor will you ever get a job working with us. So stop thinking you will."

About the top graphic:

The header graphic is a representation of a possible "career seeking" cycle.

  • Begin by seeking & finding the perfect job.
  • Prepare/send your resume and cover letter.
  • Meet the employers and key figures of the Department.
  • Have an excellent interview.
  • Become assured when they tell you your resume will be filed for a year regardless of the outcome of the interview.
  • Say goodbyes. This is the point they tell you about how much of a pleasure it was to interview you & that they will be in touch with you soon.
  • Believing that, you wait by the phone for a call that never comes.
  • End by realizing the truth: That you did not get the job & your resume is; IN THE TRASH!
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