Re: I don't know a rinky dink application so I'm not a good fit
I don't know when recruiters got the power to make decisions based on their
own ignorance of whether someone is able to figure out an application, I
know the client requests this, so maybe it's the employer who are the real
idiots. Not sure. ...
I feel your pain. Almost as bad is when they see that you worked once
- years ago - putting documents in binders for a software company, so
they decide you're the "perfect candidate, based on your software
documentation experience." *sigh*
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