Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Today in Creative, Yet Desperate Attempts to Find a Job

Posted By on Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 10:00 AM

You go long enough without finding a job in this economy, sometimes that means you've gotta mix things up a bit to get noticed.

But bringing Nicolas Cage into the mix?

Well, that's what a Canadian woman named Vanessa Hojda recently did when she inquired about an administrative assistant opening in New York. While her message said she was attaching her cover letter and resume, what she actually sent over was this.

If she gets the job, I am going to seriously consider attaching pics of Nick Nolte's mug shot or maybe Michelle Bachmann, depending on the position.

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