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1-24-2010 @ 2:48AM
The amount of people applying for jobs with us represents a droplet of water in a very large lake. We see absolutely no increase in traffic when we announce a position; in-fact traffic usually dips because we take up front-page space with an article that very very few people are interested in reading. I would prefer alternative means to advertising the position, but alas making a post seems to be the only thing we can do.As for Chase, well, as Dan explained above he was the most qualified applicant we recieved -- and he did apply just like everyone else. We were not aware of his intentions until after the announcement was made, and at that time we told him he had to apply just like everyone else.If you applied, and would like more information as to what we thought of your application, feel free to email me at email@example.com and I'll let you know.
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