Today, I received a recruiting email chock full of inappropriate quotes. When an author puts something in quotes, it’s their way of saying, “I don’t really believe what I’ve written to be true.”
In this case, he’s put quotes around just about every important detail of the message, suggesting that he doesn’t believe a god damn thing he’s written…Here’s what it looked like (names altered to protect the guilty, but otherwise in tact):
Hi Joe Jim,
My name is ‘‘Bishnu Vomar’’ and I am a technical recruiter with the ACME Solution Inc, a leading information technology services and workforce solutions company.
We currently have an opportunity for a “Analyst” with one of our clients in the “Remote” area.
I came across your resume and noticed that you have extensive experience in “Analyst” which is one of the skillsets required for this position. I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in hearing more about this opportunity. Please give me a call to let me know when I should reach out to you. Also, I will highly appreciate if you can share the best contact number for the call.
I’ve included additional details about this position below for your reference:
Location – Remote
Role/Title – Analyst
Job Description – Full Time
Also, if you have friends/colleagues within your network who may be interested in this opportunities, please let me know and I will reach out to them as well.
I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks and Ragards!!
~ BISHNU VOMAR ~
“Please feel free to contact, if you have any query.”
So what you’re saying is:
- You’re not sure what your name is,
- You’re not sure what the name of the position is
- You aren’t sure what the job description is
- You want me to share this with my friends (oh I will, just not in the way you’re asking)
I do actually have a query – run this:
DROP DATABASE contact_list;