I personally stopped by their office and left my resume and recommendation letter with an employee with the promise of a call back. When I didn't receive one, I called, only to be told to email my resume (they are not sure what happened to the first one I personally handed to one of their employees). I emailed my resume and followed up with another phone call and have received no response. I was not too specific in what kind of work I was looking for or compensation, so they had no idea if they could send me on assignments or not. My resume is very extensive and my background diverse enough that there are many jobs I could've been sent on. Regardles, a phone call or an email in response to say "thanks but no thanks" should be the least to be expected by a prospective employee. Think carefully before wasting your time on this company that spends all this money advertising "openings" but don't seem to want to employ anyone????