13 Employers Shared The Most Unforgettable Worst Job Applications Ever
Margareth SuPublished on
When you’re in charge of handling job applications, you know it’s going to be a very interesting job. Most employers handle it themselves and their most important requirement is to avoid the bad ones. You want someone whose CV at least looks promising that he’s going to be a good worker.
Well, these ones were rather… bad. But doesn’t mean the employer immediately moved them to the paper shredders. Some even made it to the interview stage.
His finest moment.
Don’t we all kind of wished he made it to interview so we can hear the story?
Makes you curious of the backstory, right?
We can see that.
A little bit concerning still.
Please, don’t. Ever. Use. These.
Gee, I wouldn’t have known!
Well, that’s his learning curve.
It was probably a thought that suddenly crossed his mind, “Oh, I need a job.”
At least he only demands the minimum.
Please find help with your resume if you don’t know what you’re doing. Your local librarians might have a one-on-one professional help, even a template from Word will do better than a handwritten piece of paper.