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In October I applied for a job that I really was interested in for a University. I haven't applied for a job in over 7 years so times have changed.

I did get a letter that I passed the first round of weeding and someone may contact you for an interview. The contact never came.

I went back to the website and realized that the job has been reposted. My thinking is that either they hired internally or the candidate didn't fit work out.

I have trimmed my resume and made it more '21 century'...

Question is when I reapply for this job, should I state in the cover letter that I saw the job is back and would like to be considered for it or should I act like I never have applied for it in the first place?

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