Oh, Enormous University where I applied for a job doing professional skills-building and career development for arts students (grad and undergrad)… When you said that you wanted to hire by August 25th, what you actually meant was that you were going to conduct first round interviews the week of September 10th? It’s hard not to be disappointed in you for failing to reach your own stated goals and for being unable to effectively manage your own internal timelines. But your health plan is so comprehensive. I guess I’ll go in for an interview anyway. I hope you know that I am perfect for this job, and that you would have to be completely insane not to hire me. But your behavior thus far, including incorrectly listing the job title in the email that you sent me to invite me to come in for a meeting, leads me to believe that you are not to be trusted. Hopefully you will hire by…oh, I don’t know…Thanksgiving?


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