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I am sure many of you who are like me and have the misfortune to be on the job market right now have gotten a message like this from a potential employer:
We are in receipt of your application. The posting is now closed.
Given the very high number of applicants, we will not be able to contact applicants personally beyond this email. We will be beginning the interview process as soon as possible. You will be contacted by [staff] if you are progressing to the interview process. Please do not contact [staff] further to find out where we are in our search process.
My question is, is there a good way to actually follow up with them, given a message like this? I generally follow up fairly aggressively with employers, if only because I like to know when I'm out of the running, but I'm unsure of what to do in this situation. Should I just wait by the phone? Just ignore it and call them back as normal? Or is there some middle ground?
Eat it You Nasty Pig. on
so next time you see recruiters in your school or your crib
tell'em thank you for the offer, but you'd rather you live