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An anonymous reader writes: It may be hard for Facebook HR infrastructure to keep up with the rapid growth of the company, so scheduling and performing Skype screening interviews with the prospective new developers appears deteriorating into disorderly jumble. In a blog post, a recent candidate for a development job at Facebook has shared his excruciation at coordinating and then having this preliminary interview, pointing out the unhelpfulness of HR staff at Facebook during all stages of the process. Hampering the first step of getting a dream job at Facebook, is this gratuitous annoyance only an HR fault, or is it purposeful to filter out all but the most motivated for joining the company?
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Facebook job applicant shares frustrating experience

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