This Guy Makes His CV Entirely With Google Auto-Complete And The Results Are Hilarious!
The trickiest part of any job hunt is getting the CV right. Writing the CV with exactly the right words is an art. You are required to put all the relevant details, your experience, and expertise.
In short, it gives an idea to the prospective employer that you are right for the job and they should hire you. However, getting the CV right is not everyone’s cup of tea. How do you learn this art form instantly? By Googling of course!
This Twitter user proved what exactly can go wrong if you rely too much on Google to make your resume. The intention was humor, but it got people talking (and laughing!).
I needed to update my CV so I did it all through google autocomplete and soon I will have every job pic.twitter.com/pjCBtUhtmw
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) June 29, 2017
This just made me roar in public
— Nell Frizzell (@NellFrizzell) June 29, 2017
you forgot …
"thank you. please like & subscribe"
— DarkSim-侍 (@darksim905) June 29, 2017
I'm pretty sure if everyone reads this tweet all wars will cease, as laughter will fill the air.
— Bob Werley (@bobwerley) June 29, 2017
If ever I need a gorilla mercenary, you're top of the list 🦍
— Helena Handbasket (@heligolightly) June 29, 2017
@raulpacheco This made my day. I'm going to do the same thing. (That last sentence was provided by autofill.)
— Margo-Lea Hurwicz (@MangoHeroics) July 1, 2017
People are asking me why am I laughing so hard…. so I showed them. HR person loved it
— 9th Dist Fed Judge (@oscartaracena) June 30, 2017
You're hired! Though not sure yet for what.
— Timothy Falconer (@teefal) June 30, 2017
You're married to England? Who are you, Elizabeth I?
— Anna (@MovieNut14) June 30, 2017
Sir you will be responsible if I die laughing..😂
— Vaga Bond (@NameIsAditya) July 1, 2017
damn, this guy's the chosen one. no way i can't hire him
— Abigail (Mataata) (@vonFawks) June 30, 2017
Next life goal: Use Google Autocomplete for important documentation.
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