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Job application question - gender neutral pronouns - Please let us know your pronouns.

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How many contradictions exist within this job posting?

Roles and Responsibilities: • Minimum 5+ years’ experience with engineering and administration Citrix CAG/ Netscaler for ICA product lines required. • Thorough knowledge of ICA, Netscalar and associated data security designs required. • Strong Technical knowledge of Windows 2012/2016, Unix/linix, Windows 7/10, SQL Server, MS Office, and Active Directory required. • Thorough knowledge and history of design and deployment of large scale VPN technologies, like Cisco or Checkpoint. • Working knowledge of application deployment process and functional network troubleshooting required. • Comprehensive Service delivery from conception, documentation through handoff. • Ability to function in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities and tight deadlines required. • Experience providing escalated, highly complex technical support to customers by investigating and resolving systems-related matters of significance; provides support telephonically and/or electronically required. • Exper

Conversation with a recruiter - The Kitchen Sink

From a recruiter: And, I do know they throw everything and the kitchen sink into their Job descriptions. Is this methodology efficient for anyone?

Unique technical requirement on a job application

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Do you see the problem with this technology job application question?

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Radio buttons only allow one selection.

Conversation with a recruiter - What is a Shotgun Job Posting?

From a recruiter: A shotgun job posting is a job posting in which the client lists all their technologies because the client is only interested in responses. Is this methodology efficient for anyone?

Conversation with a recruiter - Job Posting with Many Requirements

From: Recruiter Sent: Friday, March 8, 2019 2:07 PM To: James Garrigan < garrigan@hotmail.com > Subject: RE: Message accepted: RE: Opportunity LOL – sorry I missed that on your note – yes it is old but the O365 is not. From: James Garrigan < garrigan@hotmail.com > Sent: Friday, March 08, 2019 12:17 PM To: Recruiter Subject: RE: Message accepted: RE: Opportunity Hi [Recruiter], We are reading from the same page. Office 2010 is 6 years old.  Is that a mistake? I appreciate your assistance.     From: Recruiter Sent: Friday, March 8, 2019 12:14 PM To: James Garrigan < garrigan@hotmail.com > Subject: RE: Message accepted: RE: Opportunity Very high expectations – you are so right. From: James Garrigan < garrigan@hotmail.com > Sent: Friday, March 08, 2019 12:10 PM To: Recruiter Subject: RE: Message accepted: RE: Opportunity High expectations From: Recruiter Sent: Friday, March 8, 2019 11:56 AM To: gar