I am not looking for new opportunities.
Please Respect My Time
Respect is a two way street. I’m not about to contact you ask you about an open position that I’m not remotely qualified for because I respect your time. Please respect mine and don’t contact me about a role that is a “perfect fit” that I'm not remotely qualified for. It’s a waste of your time and mine.
I was a junior DBA for 11 months. That was over 6 years ago. I’m not qualified for any DBA position in any organization, and I’m not interested in being a DBA.
I transitioned out of the Army 10 years ago. I do not have an active security clearance.
I have very clearly expressed in my About section of my profile that I am not looking for new opportunities. Please do not add me as a contact on LinkedIn and immediately follow that up with a message about some position that you are looking to have filled.
You guys are absolutely terrible. The fact that you think that someone having a LinkedIn/
Please stop emailing me and please remove me from your company’s mailing list.
I’ve received at least 30 emails from yourself and members of your recruiting team in the past two weeks. I’ve used the opt-out link in your email footer and yet I’m still receiving 2-3 emails from your company daily.
I’m not actively looking for a new job, have not contacted your company expressing interest in assistance in finding a job and having a LinkedIn/Indeed/Dice account doesn’t imply that I want to be contacted by your company.
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