Was this even a food service position or was she just covering all her bases?
This reminds me of a mom from my sons school who was inquiring about my job at the time. I worked as an evening cleaner from 4:30pm-8:30pm and made $15hr. I had told her this. Weekends and holidays off. She seemed super interested so I gave her my bosses number. When she called my boss she was demanding $20hr at least because that’s what her sister in law makes at a cleaning job. She could only work on the days her husband was home which was super sporadic. And she wanted her gas paid for for having to drive to and from work. I felt sick when my boss told me her demands. I was so embarrassed.
Imagine saying US of A on a resume? I know there's much more glaring issues with this one but... That's the one that annoys me the most.
What a waste of paper.
This is a case of being required to submit x amount of resumes per week/month and still be paid supplemental unemployment.
Authorized to be homeless in the US of A
Submitting the required amount of resumes for government money but making herself unemployable.
Is that a resume or a list of demands?
No one should have to work with with mayo if they don’t have to
Bruh not only did she do it completely wrong but also decided to be extra picky about working hours without providing a legitimate reason
Collecting them government checks
Ive seen better resumes that were written in crayon...
I’m not confident that we can even call this a resume. It’s more like a terrible flyer.
AND I WOULD DO ANYYYYTHING FOR WORK
b u t i w o n t d o t h a t
Former Olive Garden manager here!
I was doing an interview and shooting the breeze with a candidate for an open server position, waiting for the second staff member coming to the interview. We're talking about food, just casual small talk. Turns out we're both vegan. Good stuff.
Come to interview time, long story short, they say they refuse to touch food that isn't vegan. At goddamn Oliver Garden, that's like 99% of the menu. At the time, the only vegan options were spaghetti w/marinara or olive oil, and salad with literally one salad dressing option. We told her straight up that wasn't going to work, and she tried to strong arm us with bullshit law that we had to accommodate her "beliefs" or it was "discrimination" trying to garner sympathy with me as a "fellow vegan" before deadass calling us both murderers and storming out.
The best part? She called back a few weeks later asking if we had any hostess positions open, saying that would be fine because she wouldn't have to touch any food at all.
OP's post totally reminded me of this. I think about it often.
...wow. ok. That looks like a text that was printed out or something.
My favorite résumé that ever came across my desk was the guy’s name and the statement “y’all should hire me”. No contact info, references, work experience, or anything.
A tree died for this. :(
Can we talk about how she wrote “I’m” as “im”? On a frickin... whatever the hell this is. This isn’t a resume, and although I’m only a teen, I’m pretty sure job applications aren’t anything like this. It’s basically a list of demands, like wtf
Also, “Authorized to work in the US of A”
And then there's me, with a well-designed, fleshed out résumé, who applied for 50+ jobs within my qualifications and went on ~12 interviews before receiving one (1) offer at a mediocre job. Okie doke
Straight to the point eh? Minimilasm
Megan got told by her parents she had to get at least a part time job or else they would cut her allowence. Megan didn’t want to get a job, so she made a crappy resume so she could tell her parents she tried. Megan is a bit of a twat.
Surprised this isn’t typed in comic sans.
In a strange turn of events, Megan accidentally submits her application to a store that is actually a front for the mob. "Perfect," the mob boss says as he finds out what an idiot Megan is. "Tony, hire this girl!" Fast forward a few months later and Megan is being Federally-indicted for a number of crimes she never committed. "Eh! Tony! Go find me another Megan!"
I’m guessing it’s someone who is trying to stay on unemployment but prove they are searching for jobs by submitting resumes.
Could be an unemployment requirement. Some places make you apply a certain number of times a week to collect.
You know what? We need more resumes like this. It would cut so much of the bullshit out if everyone was just upfront about how they feel.
Had a buddy ask me to get his roommate a job. I went and met her to see if I'd want to put a recommendation for her and things went well she basically said " I'll work whenever and whatever I just need work". Fast forward a week and my supervisor asked me how I knew her. I asked why and apparently she got to the interview and told him she can work mon wed and thurs as long as she's off by 4pm but no matter what she can never work on Friday or the weekends. That was the first time in my life I was actually speechless.
Reading into this, she has kids she has to take to school and pick up and is a single mom without her parent's help or her husband works longer hours. Some jobs might be adaptable to these types of hours.
That said, she gets an "E" for effort on this resume. There is so little effort here it seems like she doesn't really want a job and possibly is just satisfying some welfare requirement by applying.
As much as this is an awful resume it does make me feel REALLY GOOD about mine and my chances.
Me too. I haven't recieved a professional one in years. I wish schools taught real shit like this. I've never needed a calculus yet but having a professionally written resume has gotten me a long way.
I once saw a girl walk into my local brewery and fill out an application. She filled out her name and contact info and left the rest blank. Great handwriting though.
My horse's name is Mayo.
Imagine hating mayonnaise that much.
Also, resumes are supposed to be selling yourself and experience, not listing demands lmaoo