There is an astute air of refusal that I find quite distasteful.
You were probably raised on the East coast, West coast, or Midwest given your style and grammar.
But in this world I suppose a persons whole life, intelligence, and excitement will always be less important than “typos”.
I guess I should have skipped University and attended typing classes. I do like character and enthusiasm, but it’s naive to think they trump attention to detail or a basic fit with the qualifications for the job.
Sometimes we hear back from people thanking us for the notification (which I recommend — reflects well on them), but every once in a while a candidate sends a nasty email back, outraged that they’ve been rejected.
Still, naive as he is, I kind of wanted to give him a cup of cocoa and help him rewrite his resume.But in any case, here are a few more real-life emails I’ve received in response to rejection notices. a form letter — a friendly and polite form letter, but a form letter.When you need to communicate the same information to hundreds of people, a form letter is the most efficient way to do it. I find it incredibly difficult to believe that my qualifications are lower than that of other applicants.If the proto-article had both a Message-ID header field and a Date header field, an Injection-Date header field MUST NOT be added, since the proto-article may have been multiply injected by a posting agent that predates this standard.I believe the other diffs are either uncontroversial (they are the terminology change from "reinjection" to "multiple injection") or are obvious how to change once we get this one settled.
(received after a rejected applicant asked for feedback and I told him the position required stronger writing and, upon his request, pointed out that his application materials had contained numerous grammatical and spelling errors) I make no claims of being the best writer in the world, but I would think it is a skill that can be taught and developed.