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A couple of people have asked these questions, so I
thought I'd post the answer to the list.
> So Jeff, it looks like:
> * You didn't impress them with your
> preparation skills.
> * You didn't impress them with an neat, orderly>
> * You didn't even impress them with a resume.
That's a big nope on all of those: The thing is that I
am very organized and very efficient. I honestly don't
know what happened (maybe there was a subconscious
betrayal at work...who knows?).
> The question is, did you get the job?
Nope. Despite the fact that they said they'd call me
to let me know one way or another, I never heard from
the company again. About a month later, I saw a new ad
for the position on one of the Internet job boards.
>my experience has been that you
> get plenty of no's in the
> early times. Then the yes's come much more
> frequently, and often when you're
> not even on the market.
I hope more start rolling in...I like my current
position, but it's a contract and will probably
end in about a year. Experience, however, makes all
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