You're a bit too junior we need someone with a bit more experience.

Job was listed as junior/apprentice dev.

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    Did you tell them that?
    I would get into a heated discussion with them if they waste my time like that.
    Also would find any where people might hear about thay company and broadcast their incompetence.

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    @AlexDeLarge I think I was 16-17 at the time.
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    @rusty-hacker If it was the me of today they would've gotten some sass back. But 16-17 year old me at the time was like fuck it next interview.
  • 16
    "We want a Junior Developer with the experience of a Senior Developer and a salary of an Intern"
    - Some meme I found on 9gag
  • 5
    Hahaha classic. Last time I was job hunting I came across a job posting for a "junior cybersecurity engineer" and they literally wanted 10+ years experience in the cybersecurity industry.

    What mother fucker with 10+ years experience in the cybersecurity industry is going to accept a junior job?!
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    @sha-bang what mother fucker thought of posting the fucking role πŸ’’πŸ˜€πŸ˜‘πŸ˜ πŸ‘ΏπŸ‘Ί
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    This seems to be a trend now. Rarely do companies actually hire for the job they posted. I think alot of them are just keyword gaming so people submit resumes and the on-boarding folks can say they are working. Either that or they are actually trying to find the experienced dev that's willing to take a paycut. πŸ™„
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    @Nivlagx oh wow I didn't know my old boss was on here
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    Same thing happened to me. Two positions posted, one junior and one senior, yet it seemed like they were hiring only one dev. Oh well.
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