My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: AZ
So I had an interview that I landed by walking into the "Director" as I went in to apply for a job. He liked me so much he said "come back tomorrow and I'll interview you, you have the presentation I am looking for!" I did, and the first thing he did was call me "sweetie" then we began the interview. One of the first questions was "Are you married? Kids?" I said yes. He asked if I was involved with alot of my kids extra-cirricular activities, I said no. He asked if I had hobbies. I said no. He said he wanted a "well rounded employee" I said I was. He then asked me questions pertaining to the job. Told me how great my presentation was and that my skills were way beyond what my resume shows and that he would help me tweak my resume. Anyhow, he went on and on about how he had no doubts I could be great at this job....then I send a thank you, and the next day he emails me that they have decided to "explore other options...." I was baffled! So, in hind-sight I am guessing that the fact that I have three kids and a life told him I was much too complicated for this job? I know it's a shot in the dark, but what gives???? Any ideas?