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Homeless Guy Distributes Resume For Job, Gets Offers From Google, Netflix

| Published on July 30, 2018

Getting a job in this competitive world has become very difficult, especially for someone who doesn’t have much money left for giving interviews. there are very few who have the options to work for something they have interest in and earn well.


A homeless guy from California got over 200 job offers after he announced he was homeless by a busy median traffic shop and distributing his CVs. Let us know how all this happened.

On 27th July, David Casarez woke up and decided to put on a clean shirt and tie and carried his hand-written cardboard sign along with hundreds of copies of his resume. The sign he was holding read: “HOMELESS. HUNGRY 4 SUCCESS. TAKE A RESUME.”

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After standing for some hours a passing driver named Jasmine Scofield stopped and asked if she could take his picture and post online to help him get a job.

She took to Twitter and posted about the young homeless man along with his resume asking others to help him.

In a single day, his resume was retweeted more than 50,000 times and he informed the New York Post, “Google reached out to me.”

Other tech giants also wanted to use this as an opportunity for getting attention and they offered him a job. He said, “A product manager from was wondering if I could work remotely of if I want to relocate to Tokyo.” in a recent interview.

Things have really changed for him in some hours and all thanks to the people who supported him during the difficult time.

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