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michael kors handbags outlet Image: LinkedIn Named 2013 "Communicator of the Year," head of a Cleveland job bank Kelly Blazek is under Internet fire after snarkily rejecting a Linkedin request from a 26-year-old looking to move to the area, according toThe millennial, Diana Mekota, used the professional social networking site to request to "link" to Blazek. Blazek rejected the connection and took the time to reply, bashing millennials. "We have never met. We have never worked together. You are quite young and green on how business connections work with senior professionals. Apparently you have heard that I produce a Job Bank, and decided it would be stunningly helpful for your career prospects if I shared my 960+ LinkedIn connections with you - a total stranger who has nothing to offer me," Blazek wrote. "Your invite to connect is inappropriate, beneficial only to you, and tacky," the email continued. "Wow, I cannot wait to let every 25-year-old jobseeker mine my top-tier marketing connections to help them land a job. Love the sense of entitlement in your generation. And therefore I enjoy denying your invite, and giving you the dreaded 'I Don't Know' [scribbled-out name] because it's the truth." She went on. "Oh, and about your request to actually receive my Job Bank along with the 7,300 other subscribers to my service? That's denied, too. I suggest you join the other Job Bank in town. Oh wait - there isn't one." The email ends with "Don't ever write me again," Blazek wrote. The scathing retort went viral after Mekota posted it on Reddit, another social networking site. Mekota said at first she was shocked to get the reply, but then became angry and chose to share it to call attention to what she believes is unwillingness of the baby boomer generation to help millennials. "This was never a personal attack simply because I was turned down. More than anything, it was about the fact that this senior professional was treating young professionals like this, in a time when it's already difficult to find a job," said Mekota. Blazek issued an apology, saying "I am very sorry to the people I have hurt...The note I sent to Diana was rude, unwelcoming, unprofessional and wrong. I am reaching out to her to apologize. Diana and her generation are the future of this city. I wish her all the best in landing a job in this great town."Websites and career counselors advise millennials to do just what Mekota did-- build a network, and to use Linkedin. "Find out what group that person is a part of and then join. You ll then be able to send an invitation, along with a personalized message, on the basis of that shared group membership. With that one simple step, you just opened up a door to connect with the person you re trying to reach,"