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Roger Dickman

I would skip it, I don't think they're serious, the job market is too good right now to waste time on that kinda stuff.

I would skip it, I don't think they're serious, the job market is too good right now to waste time on that kinda stuff.

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Veronica Nansubuga

Sue, you never know, might have been a mistake done by the person who sent the email, true, the mail has your name, still might have been a made mistake with the one who wrote the mail, you were ready for the interview before the disappointing email, gain courage and get ready and go for the interview, don't loose hope and your courage, you still have the potential,go for the interview

Sue, you never know, might have been a mistake done by the person who sent the email, true, the mail has your name, still might have been a made mistake with the one who wrote the mail, you were ready for the interview before the disappointing email, gain courage and get ready and go for the interview, don't loose hope and your courage, you still have the potential,go for the interview

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Mendy Pope

I would do both in a way. Go to the interview but don’t put all of your eggs in their basket so to speak. Keep your options open and keep searching for another company.

I would do both in a way. Go to the interview but don’t put all of your eggs in their basket so to speak. Keep your options open and keep searching for another company.

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Shirley Isbill

I started my FDA job back in 1964. I was paid $4290 per year. After 40 years I retired at $50 an hour. I then took on a job paying $150 an hour and then retired after 10 years with a pension of about $8000 a month. Almost all my medical bills are paid for the rest of my life. I was divorced and kept 2 children

I started my FDA job back in 1964. I was paid $4290 per year. After 40 years I retired at $50 an hour. I then took on a job paying $150 an hour and then retired after 10 years with a pension of about $8000 a month. Almost all my medical bills are paid for the rest of my life. I was divorced and kept 2 children

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Ben Agront

I f you make one mistake on your resume, would they overlook at it and hire you?? No. So you do the same. They said yes then No but sorry it is a yes. Forget it do to them as they do to you. It is their mistake. No can do.

I f you make one mistake on your resume, would they overlook at it and hire you?? No. So you do the same. They said yes then No but sorry it is a yes. Forget it do to them as they do to you. It is their mistake. No can do.

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Shirley Isbill

It was a hard road but I made it happen. I now live in Florida with my second wife who has been with me 50+ years. She has been my stalwart and I will love her forever

It was a hard road but I made it happen. I now live in Florida with my second wife who has been with me 50+ years. She has been my stalwart and I will love her forever

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Jamie Post

You should go. Your willingness to go the extra mile will make a great impression. I would also mention the mix up and question why it happened. They may have a good excuse.

You should go. Your willingness to go the extra mile will make a great impression. I would also mention the mix up and question why it happened. They may have a good excuse.

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Ben Agront

No. Sometimes you get what you do not want Make sure it is what you ask for. They could tell you “that position is taken but I have an opening for…a crappy job”. Do not go for it. They told me the same thing. We promote within that company That was crap. I worked for four years in the same position. I had the experience and the qualifications but no dice. I left. They had favoritism with less qualifications than mine.

No. Sometimes you get what you do not want Make sure it is what you ask for. They could tell you “that position is taken but I have an opening for…a crappy job”. Do not go for it. They told me the same thing. We promote within that company That was crap. I worked for four years in the same position. I had the experience and the qualifications but no dice. I left. They had favoritism with less qualifications than mine.

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Torie Miley

Interviews have taken on a different approach. You are just as marketable to the next employer. If you have to second guess the communication then it's a sign of what's to come.

Interviews have taken on a different approach. You are just as marketable to the next employer. If you have to second guess the communication then it's a sign of what's to come.

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mathew taruvinga

Try your luck

Try your luck

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