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Man Distributes CV In The Middle Of The Street Ends Up Getting 100 Job Offers

| Published on August 4, 2019

Finding a horcrux is probably less difficult than finding a job these days. Troubled by exactly the same a man from Arizona found his way around the problem with his out of the box idea. 

The man who had recently lost his job and was looking for one distributed his resume in the middle of the street to random people. He held a placard in his hands that read ,”Please take a resume. Laid off. Looking for a job”

The man said, “I had been searching for a job online, filling out applications and sending companies my resume. I was also stopping at local businesses handing my resume out. After not getting responses I decided I needed to do something different. The idea of standing on a corner holding a sign popped in my head. I at first laughed and thought that was silly, but I kept thinking about it. I figured, why not?! There are millions of people in Phoenix driving around, someone might hire me. So I printed out a whole bunch of resumes and hit the streets.”

Taking notice of the man and his efforts a woman clicked a picture of him and his resume and posted it on Twitter urging people to share the tweet and help him get a job.

The tweet instantly got viral and the man soon got calls and messages from hundreds of people offering him a job. He then narrowed down the offers to two companies one of that being a rigging company.

This is how Twitter reacted to his creativity and passion:

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