I got a rejection letter today saying they couldn't further consider me because of "budgetary constraints." Ahem...uh...bullshit! What does that even mean? Like, there isn't enough money to hire a separate person to review my voluminous application?
Personally, I like the rejections that say the place had many qualified candidates (YAY! That means I was qualified too! Right? RIGHT?), but, they cannot extend me an interview at this time (No worries...I'll just call, email and write until they CAN extend me that solid gold interview...what? Is that wrong?).
I do not appreciate the phony sounding rejection letter...or at least, I would appreciate a convincing lie that would leave me with a way to kid myself into thinking they would have hired me if only....if only.