My Name Is Elderberry! How Do You Do?
In March I wrote about a recruiter calling me “Laurel”:
Today’s bad automated email starts like this:
The following position is open with one of our largest billion dollar clients.
Please review the requirement below with our direct client.If you are interested, please send an updated resume in a word document format and we will call you to further discuss.
I want to apologize in advance if you are receiving this e-mail and it does not match your professional expertise. We utilize a search tool that does its best to match required skills with your skills and in most cases; it is approximately 90% accurate. Resumes that are searched are located on one of 4 major job boards.
If the requirement below does not match your job expectations or your skill set, you may still want to e-mail your resume with the type of position desired. We work on positions throughout the USA and abroad.
Location: North Hollywood, CA
Job Type: Contract
Duration: 6 months with extension. (potential temp to perm)
Rate: $35 hr.
No, my name is not Elderberry, either. I did live on Elderberry Avenue a little while back.
DATA MINING FAIL.