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February 27, 2014


An email call for a recruitment meeting that should have gone out to about 1,000 jobseekers went out to considerably more people, about 61,000 – apparently all the registered job seekers in Stockholm, police said.

(Thanks to coscolo, who says, "The dangers of 'send all.'")


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.. so they called the police to quell the angry feelings and that made the situation all better ..?

Oh-no second...The amount of time which elapses between hitting "send" and realizing you should not have.

At least half them will hit "Reply All".

They probably also now have a job opening for whomever sent out that email.

So who got the job?

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