I don't think so. First of all I would never pick someone for a job because of her name. People with similar qualifications would be invited to an interview. I would never not invite a person to an interview that had all the skills I needed just because her name is Mckynzeelein. That would be stupid and I probably wouldn't be allowed to make decisions for much longer because I'd get fired for sending people with great human capital away to the competition.
Personally if I had to make a decision based on names I'd always choose the one with the most interesting name. But even when I was little I would look at my future class lists and be excited to meet the people with the interesting names, imagining what they might be like.
You have to remember that people are different. Some people like unusual names, some don't. Some people like classics, some think they are really boring. And you never know who is going to get the resumé.
Maybe when you apply to an art school, people would actually favor people with exotic names thinking someone named Elizabeth
must be really boring. It works the other way around too.
I know many people with very unusual names, from Phoenix
over Maysa to McCall and none of them had problems to get jobs.
Sorry if I don't make sense, I'm in Europe
on vacation right now and super tired :P