This author let Google autocomplete as he went about updating his CV and while the results may have been honest, they are also witty AF. But while Aaron Gillies was being innovative, we cannot determine whether the skills that finally went up in his CV would actually be fit for any job or not. From listing his birth date as “born to love you” to his marital status stating that he was “married to England”, Aaron used the variety of answers that Google popped up in its search engine in order to fix his resume.
His CV begins with “My name is Khan” and “I live alone” which is sure to catch some eyeballs in the beginning, but as you descend the entrees of the CV his profile describes his skills as: “I am good at nothing but I can carry you.” Surely no employer would be very accepting of someone who is basically good at NOTHING. But poor Aaron did not see this in hindsight and decided to go with the flow that the search engine allowed him.
I needed to update my CV so I did it all through google autocomplete and soon I will have every job pic.twitter.com/pjCBtUhtmw
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) June 29, 2017
Aaron Gillies is one of the most unique and hilarious voices coming right out of the microblogging website, Twitter. This time Aaron managed to turn his tweet into one of the most badass job applicants that can exist on social media right now.
To think of having an employee whose phone won’t turn on or who has a habit of emailing you spam can sure seem to be a pickle. According to him his professional qualification includes guerilla warfare and his experience mentions that he saw a elephant once and he is apparently “the chosen one.” But Aaron thinks he is hiring material, if his tweet is any indication.
And like everything that is gold on Twitter, the author’s tweet was met with support on social media:
“I am good at nothing but I can carry you” is now the headline of my cv and title of my book.
— Martyn Wells (@wellsy4000) June 29, 2017
Using the same technique to compose my reply… pic.twitter.com/PWVwKNBLCh
— Charlie King (@charleshking) June 29, 2017
This tweet however, wins the day with an auto-generated response almost as hilarious as Aaron’s.
— Sharon Crowley (@SharonERCrowley) June 30, 2017
Perhaps Gillies may land a job with this crazy-ass CV of his, Lord only knows the Internet has become a crazy place. As Aaron clearly puts it, all efforts have been directed towards gathering enough money to buy apps on his iPhone.