You’ve spent almost four years and $80,000 on a college education, and you’re looking forward to graduation and earning some money to start living independently. You spend time with “resume experts,” craft the perfect resume, and then utilize LinkedIn to make the right contacts to find out who’s hiring. After months of work, you get a fantastic lead, and send your resume to “Integrity Prevails, Inc.” Two weeks later, you get a phone call from the Human Resources (HR) Department at “Integrity,” wherein they express great interest, and then schedule a phone interview with you. Phone interview! You’ve gotten that far! Shine through this and you’ll get an onsite interview! Three days later you get an e-mail indicating that “Although your credentials are noteworthy, we have found another candidate whose qualifications more closely match those for the available position.” What just happened?