Once upon a time I really needed a job, and Radio Shack was hiring. I didn't get the job because their psych profile decided I wouldn't be pushy enough to sell enough cell phones.
To the whole shebang I say...
Pretty much the same thing happened to me at a Radio Shack job fair I attended in the early 90s. I sat through an orientation speech, complete with projected video and was sent to a larger room full of tables for a sit down interview. Being a regular customer, I came prepared to impress the guy with my knowledge of their current products. Instead, the interviewer strips off his grimy Gucci watch, hands it to me, and orders me to sell it to him. When I explained that I knew very little about italian watches and was more qualified to sell Radio Shack items, he basically ordered me to "sell" him his scratched up wrist watch with sweaty leather band! I gave him back his watch and was dismissed from the interview. Needless to say, I never got a call back.
I guess I wasn't "Radio Shack material" in his mind and at age 21, had a lot to learn about sales. I was pretty disappointed with the whole experience but I never let that prevent me from going to the shack for electronic parts and pieces over the months and years to follow.