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Boy do I ever hate job ads like that one. A milelong list of skills you need which just about no one probably has in that particular configuration. Sometimes those HR departments really need a clue.<br><br>
No kidding.<br><br>Talk about dinosaurers;<br>I must be last one left on the planet.<br>My position "Project Manager" for 20 years, now requiers a Engineering degree with 5 years experience???? WTF!<br><br>In my 20 years I have Never ever done any engineering those A-Holes.<br><br>
Loc: New Hampshire
yup, it's a data mining ad for resumes for entry level workers.<br><br>HR collects several hundred resumes, they get sorted and sent to department heads. There really is no job available.<br><br>This ad looks more like a head hunter resume collection effort. Again no particular job is available, just one of those annoying head hunters gathering resumes so they have some ammunition when they go to prospective clients.<br><br>
yup, it's a data mining ad for resumes for entry level workers.<br><br>Really? I don't know how many resumes they could possibly mine when they list all THAT experience!!!<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red> <br>
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