10 Things Employers Don't Write In Rejection Letters
"10 THINGS EMPLOYERS THINK BUT DON'T WRITE IN REJECTION LETTERS
10. We regret we have no current vacancies that match your qualifications. Your resume will be kept on file for 90 days. Should we be scraping the bottom of the barrel, so to speak, we’ll be sure to contact you.
9. The staff of the Human Resources Department wish to thank you sincerely for submitting your application. Your salary requirements kept us all in stitches for more than an hour.
7. Although we really wanted to hire you, we were regrettably squeezed to hire the CEO’s slug brother-in-law.
6. yur ressume contanes all kinds grammarical and speling errars for us too innerview you. See!!! How’s it feel?
5. Your resume has been scanned by our applicant tracking system, but our list of keywords does not currently include hapless loser.
4. Your resume has been received by our Software Engineering Department. Unfortunately, your resume is written in English and no one there could understand it.
3. While your qualifications are excellent, we are actually looking for a fourth for bridge.
2. You were by far the most sexually alluring candidate interviewed this month, according to our current rating system.
And the #1 thing employers think but never write in rejection letters is:
... 1. Please, please, whatever you do, don’t ever, ever even think of applying here again.
- Richard Tanski"
<Note from JobFairy.com: Yeah, but they ACTUALLY do write things like this - "Thank you for your interest but in today's buyers market, we have many candidates with apparently closer qualifications." What a sweetiepie, huh?>