No news is no news

There was a time and it wasn’t so long ago when there was a common courtesy in the hiring process.  When you applied for a position through the medium of e-mail, you received an automatic confirmation return which gave a mild satisfaction of knowing it was received correctly.

That doesn’t happen anymore.

What I’m referring to is a newer and, in my opinion, a ruder form of ignoring a candidate – the callback.

I’m willing to admit that I’m probably not the best candidate for every position as math teacher, tech support or even “human OCR drone.”  But when I’ve done my best to dress professionally, carry copies of my resume, shake hands firmly, answer your questions honestly, take your building tour and meet some of my potential co-workers, the very least you could do is sit down for a minute or two.  Send me an email!

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