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Topic # 60345 24-Apr-2010 23:33
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Dear ******* ,

Thank you for your letter rejecting my application for employment with your firm.

I have received rejections from an unusually large number of well qualified organizations. With such a varied and promising spectrum of rejections from which to select, it is impossible for me to consider them all. After careful deliberation, then, and because a number of firms have found me more unsuitable, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your rejection.

Despite your company’s outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I find that your rejection does not meet with my requirements at this time. As a result, I will be starting employment with your firm on the first of the month.

Circumstances change and one can never know when new demands for rejection arise. Accordingly, I will keep your letter on file in case my requirements for rejection change.

Please do not regard this letter as a criticism of your qualifications in attempting to refuse me employment. I wish you the best of luck in rejecting future candidates.

Sincerely,

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  Reply # 322513 24-Apr-2010 23:40
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I truly LOL'd at that! +1




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  Reply # 322520 25-Apr-2010 00:12

cws82us: Dear ******* ,

Thank you for your letter rejecting my application for employment with your firm.

I have received rejections from an unusually large number of well qualified organizations. With such a varied and promising spectrum of rejections from which to select, it is impossible for me to consider them all. After careful deliberation, then, and because a number of firms have found me more unsuitable, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your rejection.

Despite your company’s outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I find that your rejection does not meet with my requirements at this time. As a result, I will be starting employment with your firm on the first of the month.

Circumstances change and one can never know when new demands for rejection arise. Accordingly, I will keep your letter on file in case my requirements for rejection change.

Please do not regard this letter as a criticism of your qualifications in attempting to refuse me employment. I wish you the best of luck in rejecting future candidates.

Sincerely,


********


 

At least that letter indicates that the company rejecting you, actually bothered to contact you to let you know they didn't want you. It is very common for the company never to even contact unsuccessful applicants. You should create a letter for that situation, which could be even more funny.



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 322523 25-Apr-2010 00:28
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Have u got one that u like to share that's better?




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  Reply # 322524 25-Apr-2010 00:34
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Permission to paste and copy this letter to all the organisations that reject me????

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  Reply # 322788 25-Apr-2010 20:40
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Wait... people get rejected from job applications?! ;)

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  Reply # 322798 25-Apr-2010 21:03
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I've never applied for a job I didn't get.




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  Reply # 322819 25-Apr-2010 21:54
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@ajobbins you applied for a job??





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  Reply # 322820 25-Apr-2010 21:58
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thefatmould: @ajobbins you applied for a job??

Bazinga!

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  Reply # 322821 25-Apr-2010 22:01
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thefatmould: @ajobbins you applied for a job??


My my currently employment, much like my previous employment has been the direct result of applying for a job.

I'm pretty sure I'm going to be headhunted from here on in tho, I'm pretty awesome.




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  Reply # 322825 25-Apr-2010 22:03
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Well with engrish grammer skill like that I think you must of applied verbally and you better hope for headhunting cause it might work out. ;-)





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  Reply # 322831 25-Apr-2010 22:11
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thefatmould: Well with engrish grammer skill like that I think you must of applied verbally and you better hope for headhunting cause it might work out. ;-)


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  Reply # 322884 26-Apr-2010 09:24
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thefatmould: Well with engrish grammer skills like that I think you must have applied verbally and you had better hope for headhunting because it might work out. ;-)


There you go.

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  Reply # 322955 26-Apr-2010 11:32
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That was grammatical sarcasm not a mistake. But thanks!!





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