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That looks very well done. Although quite texty that would make a HR person skip all the long lines
At least he's trying.
Id say applying to jobs yourself will probably be more successful than this though.
Edit: I've heard of people like this. Homeless people that have jobs but can't afford a house because of how expensive it is to get one in California. (Yes, I know he doesn't have a job now, but you get the point: homeless working professionals.)
Edit #2 lol: This seems like a college student who thought moving to California would be bigger and better. Probably should have just stayed in Austin. you've gotta find a balance of big and better, as well as affordable.
No way in hell I can read it...
bahua132613yThis is one of the biggest reasons tech is fleeing California.
gioyik263yPretty sure it's San Francisco.
Why didnt he get a job BEFORE moving to one of the most expensive places
That's a beautiful looking resume.
It seems he recently transitioned good career to web developer.
Guessing he got laid off.