Let’s be realistic, no one enjoys composing resumes. They’re exhausting, they’re tedious, and they’re often a complete waste of time. Be that as it may, one person thought of a splendid approach to spare all the bother of composing his CV. How? He utilized Google autocomplete! And although we’re not sure whether he’ll ever get a job with it, he definitely succeeded in making us laugh, because as you can see below, his resume is nothing short of hilarious.
Twitter user Technically Ron utilized Google’s auto correct to update his CV, and the outcome is hilarious. The ‘auto correct’ include completed his sentences, so his date of birth now seems like, “I was born to love you”, and his professional experience is how once he “saw an elephant” but he is “the chosen one”.
The writer – who goes by TechnicallyRon on social media – shared the outcomes on Twitter saying he was sure that, ‘soon I will have every job.
His post has been liked more than 22,000 times yet any potential business won’t not be so inspired to hear that his email is ‘sending spam to my contacts’ and that he is ‘great at nothing’.
And Twitter loved this ‘hack’. And going by the comments it seems he is not the only one to have thought of this.
It is contagious, isn’t it?
Next life goal: Use Google Autocomplete for important documentation.