RE: Getting Hired...Opinion #2500

Subject: RE: Getting Hired...Opinion #2500
From: rebecca -dot- fleischer -at- wachovia -dot- com
To: "Lauren" <lt34 -at- csus -dot- edu>
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 08:06:40 -0500

I think that at some point in the green card process, companies have to
demonstrate that they advertised the position but could not find any
better qualified candidates. That's another reason you sometimes see job
descriptions that seem to match a specific person.

Becky Fleischer

> ORGANIZATIONS" give me the idea that there is a specific person that the
> hiring manager wants, but the manager was directed to advertise the
> position, probably through a list of prefered vendors.

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