Wear your resumeApril 8, 2010Jon Brooks 1 Comment »
Sounds like a piece of can-do advice from a job recruiter, but we mean it literally.
Now you can print your resume on your tee-shirt.
The shirt costs $25 (plus $3 shipping). Add three bucks if outside the continental United States. Upon submission of this form you will be directed to PayPals secure site where you can use your PayPal account or any major credit card.
Your cover letter should be one short paragraph not exceeding 500 characters including spaces. I invite you to paste an encyclopedia into the field but it will be truncated. Keep it brief! People won’t read it if it’s too long! Carriage returns (blank lines) will also be removed. Write it as though you were submitting it formally yet generic enough that all your bases are covered. I suggest a brief description of your skills and what kind of position you are looking for. Any misspellings or grammatical errors WILL BE ON YOUR SHIRT so be careful to proof read it. I recommend doing it in a word processor like Word and utilizing it’s spell check and word count tools then copy and paste into the cover letter field. While I probably won’t, I reserve to the right to refuse submissions for whatever reason.