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Man Aces Online Job Submission, Never Hears Back

Man Aces Online Job Submission, Never Hears Back

St. Louis, MO -- North Hampton resident Harry Hortonbaum has suffered “extreme disappointment and resentment” this week as he has come to fully realize his online job submission to Drucker Systems Management & Consulting will not be met with a response.

 

Hortonbaum was skimming through the online job boards at IndustryHires.net when he noticed the opening for a Market Analyst and thought “hey, this is a job that pays more money than my current one.” He quickly dusted his resume off and transcribed it onto the online job site. He additionally took time to upload his picture and fill out several other tedious forms the website asked him to complete to “improve his response success.” Hortonbaum felt he freaking aced it.

 

He was so sure he would be hearing back that his mind already began to think about the first round of interviews. It’s now been three weeks since his application (and he is absolutely confident the resume and cover letters were “properly submitted”) and he’s slowly coming to terms with the reality of it all. “I just wish they would have let me know either way.”

 

 

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