I had an interview with them and a couple of weeks later they sent me a letter back saying that I did not meet their "qualifications", not just that they had selected someone else, which would have been understandable. I had applied for a Production position, having been doing related production work for the past four years. They are always hiring, which makes me wonder. I guess I should have suspected I would not get the position when I walked into the plant and it was three-fourths hispanics, who probably weren't even fluent in English, like the ones I work with now. It's intriguing how these companies have all have these "qualifications", but speaking English and being able to communicate with coworkers isn't one of them.