Will creativity get you the job?

Will creativity get you the job?

What steps do you take to make yourself stand out from the masses?

It’s clear, times are changing, people are becoming more tech savvy, and millions of social media networks are popping up everywhere. In this new age, even job hunting requires exceptional social media skills.

Putting together a really good resume takes a lot of work and a lot of time, and that’s just for a run of the mill resume. Have you ever come across a crazy, wacky resume that made your jaw drop?

A resume that made your jaw drop to the point that you had to meet the person who took the time to create it.

Given that, we have decided to show you the top 5 creative wacky resumes that landed these individuals job interviews.

1) Joe Kelso – Created a resume that resembles a movie poster and it never failed at landing him interviews.

2) Sabrina Saccoccio – Submitted her Facebook profile as a resume and she even included all her work experiences and comments from her followers.

 

3) Eric Gandhi – Made a Google Themed Resume on LinkedIn. It was so well done that he was referred to someone at Google who called him to come in for an interview.

4) Francis Homo – Split his experiences between his right and left brain.

5) Sophie Tatlow – Put a lot of work and effort into creating her resume!

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Comments (3)

  • SUMIT Reply

    Being a marketing graduate I love these sort of concepts . Now, I have a question , can you use these resume’s for a marketing position ?

    I can totally see myself using this for an advertising agency !

    March 9, 2012 at 7:44 am
  • Mark Bloggs Reply

    Love this article! These Resume’s are very inspiring.

    June 20, 2012 at 12:22 am
  • Mark T Reply

    All of these people are applying for jobs where creativity and design skills are important. I don’t think these kinds of resumes would work quite as well when applying for a non-design related job.

    March 7, 2013 at 2:42 pm

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