The most memorable resume you’ve ever seen might be the one you were forced to look at during the morning commute.
When MBA graduate James Williamson couldn’t land a single job he was looking for, he went freelance for four months. During that time, the La Salle graduate interviewed while writing advertising copy, doing technical sales and working as a part-time tech assistant. When he still couldn’t make ends meet, Williamson obtained a taxi license.
But instead of giving up his dream job search, he posted his resume in the back seat of his cab, hoping to catch the eye of any potential employers.
So far, Williamson has received a handful of business cards and numerous words of encouragement, but no job offers.