Let's just say that you are looking for a job. There are some "do's" and 'don'ts" that you would THINK would be universal, right? Not so much. While you and I are thinking, "I really need to get this person's attention by making my resume look professional and letter-perfect so they will react and actually call me", there are others who think, "I really need to get this person's attention by doing something so outrageous (stupid, to you and me) that they will react." If you have ever made a typo on a resume or cover letter, fear not, your career blunder pales in comparison to these Einsteins.
Everyone has to have a goal, why not being like Jesus. Talk about having ethics!
Heaven forbid you stoop so low as to help someone and actually do the job you were hired to do.
"So, from what I am seeing on your resume, you understand supply chains, cash flow and how to spend your time when doing time?"
This one is even more final than "the dog ate it".
Just ask me, I am the most intelligent person I know. Heck, even I would hire me again.
You have an excellent resume of movies you have acted in, but do you have a computer with Spellcheck?
Something tells me that Vanessa doesn't look like Nicolas Cage...and if there, I think there may be better pictures of him out there.
I am wondering if the s-word is a technical term. He seems to use it A LOT!
Sitting around and thinking IS a asset, right?
And if you were wondering, he even has his slouching height.
With a skill set like this one, is winking really necessary?