Re: The Hunt for the Perfect Employee
Key words? These guys get so desperate sometimes. In the next to last paragraph of my very long resume, which means I did this long ago, is a short blurb about working on " Improved TOW Vehicle (M901 ITV) based on M113 Armored Personnel Carrier tracked vehicle".
So I get a job email today.
I think these guys use automated mailers that just send emails based on keyword searches. Some of the emails that I receive are for various states and countries I have never visited and would never visit. Many fail to provide contact information or provide disconnected phone numbers. There is not a lot of thought put into "cold call" recruiting...
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