Finding a job is stressful work, so many of us have been fighting for a new job. People do that in different ways but here we discussing,
Some clever ways to stand out that have us thinking they definitely got the job.
1 Guy who delivers a tasty job performance.
After struggling to find a job, this guy took matters into his own hands. He pretended to be a delivery guy and hid his resume inside the donut box.
2 Jameson, who just walked in and started working.
I mean sure, this could potentially land a person in some hot water if they were caught. But, it might also impress the boss enough to hire you for real! Just don't quote me on that.
9 This guy who has a unique skill set.
He knows how to balance his job assignments and can keep calm under pressure. See friends, you can spin all kinds of weird skills to your advantage!
10 This applicant who found a simple, yet effective job application method.
Apparently, this worked and the person actually got the job! As long as your skills can back it up, this is a clever way to show your personality.
11 This guy who knows how to prioritize.
I mean, it really doesn't take that long to put pants on, but maybe he was busy practicing for the interview. Better hope they don't ask him to stand up!
12 Bamie Boliver, who applied for a job at a food website by making a fake cook book.
OK, obviously this guy's name isn't really Bamie Boliver, but the name hovers on that fine line between ridiculous and clever. The perfect way to entice prospective employers to read your resume.
13 Nicholas, the chocolate bar resume, marketing genius.
A solid resume that leaves your prospective employer with a sweet aftertaste. Brilliant! After seeing this, I feel the need to totally overhaul my resume. Anyone who doesn't hire this guy is a fool, a fool I say! But don't worry, he got the job.
14 Eric, who writes one hell of an honest resume.
He's a straight shooter, you can't deny him that! This kind of wit is a great way to up your resume game if you lack real job experience...to a point. I definitely wouldn't advise applying for a banking job with a resume like this.