Companies That Refuse to Hire Me

In the past 15 months, I have completed in excess of 2,000 applications. I have been called for exactly 4 job interviews and received 0 job offers. I have Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in English, and an Associate’s degree in Psychology, and years of employment experience, yet I can’t find work. Here is a list of the companies I have applied to. The companies marked with an asterisk are the ones I have at least received an interview with prior to being rejected. I hope that representatives from these companies will respond as to why they refuse to offer employment to someone who is highly educated and has a solid work history. Here’s the list: 

Adams Keegan ATS

AETEA Information Technology

Aetna

Aims Community College

Albright College

AllianceBernstein

Alvernia University

Amazon

Amerigroup

Association of American Medical Colleges

Atos

Avalanche Studios

Barnes Foundation

Berks and Beyond Employment 

Bloomberg

Boise State University

Boston University

Bronx Community College

* Brown Mackie College 

Brown University

Cabrini College

Camden Community College 

Capital Blue Cross

Capstone Search Group

CA Technologies

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Harrisburg, PA

CBS Corporation

Cigna 

City of Philadelphia

City University of New York

Clarity Consultants

Clark Associates

CNN

College Board

Comcast

Community College of Aurora

Community College of Philadelphia 

Conde Nast

Cone Communications

Cornell University

CPS Professionals 

Creative Circle

CyberCoders

Deloitte Services LP

Drexel University

DSCI

DuPont

Eastern Alliance Insurance Company

Eastern Insurance Holdings 

East Penn Manufacturing

Education Management Corporation

* Educational Testing Services (ETS)

EliteMed Recruiting

Facebook

Fordham University

Frankel Staffing Partners

Franklin and Marshall College

Gage Personnel

GlaxoSmithKline

Global Fund for Women

Google

Hallmark 

Harrisburg Area Community College 

Harvard University 

Hearst Magazines

Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey

inVentiv Communications

K12

Kennebec Valley Community College

Kiva

KPMG

Kutztown University

Latham and Watkins 

Lehigh Carbon Community College

Lehigh University

Lionbridge

Longwood Gardens

Louisiana Community and Technical College System

Louisiana State University System

Macmillan

McGraw Hill

Medgar Evers College 

MetricStream

Microsoft

Millersville University

Modis

Montgomery County Community College

MorganStanley Smith Barney

National Football League

NBC Universal

New York Times 

Northampton Community College

Nunez Community College 

* Office Team

Open Systems Tech

Oprah Magazine

Pearson

Pennsylvania State University

PeopleShare 

Pioneer Data Systems

Polaris Project

Professionals Incorporated

QVC

Random House

Reading Public Library

Real Pharma

Real Staffing

Robert Half International

SEIU

Shire Pharmaceuticals

Spherion Staffing Services

St. Joseph’s University

Sucampo Pharmaceuticals

* Teach for America

TeamWork Online

Temple University

The Judge Group

The Washington Post

Thomson Reuters

Tides Foundation

Time Warner

Title Alliance, LTP

TNTP

Truestone

Tunnell Consulting

Turner Broadcasting 

UnitedHealth Group 

University of California, Berkeley

University of Iowa

University of Maryland University College

University of Michigan

University of Pennsylvania

University of South Carolina

University of Wisconsin Colleges

Vanguard

Vlllanova University 

Walker Books Ltd. 

Water.org

West Chester University

Widener University

WIPRO

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~ by scholarlymama71 on June 7, 2012.

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