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Re: Applied online for job this past Thursday

Unfortunately, I received an automated email Monday saying your application has been received. I checked my email yesterday and I was sent an email Tuesday saying I was not selected, but they will keep me on file. I honestly think they found someone a long time ago because the posting was up for over a month, unfortunately I noticed it recently. Im going to keep checking online for job postings. I hope it all works out. Its hard right now, because I am focusing on studying for the CMA exam which I am taking in early February. Also, for now I can only apply for nearby jobs because transportation is an issue at this time. I heard 2 different things about the following, and would like anyone's opinion. Is it appropriate to send local offices a letter or your resume stating your interested in a position and to keep you in mind, or something like that? My business Communications teacher said to never send your resume somewhere if there not hiring, but the women in the career center said it was okay. What if your not sure if there hiring because not everyone posts online.