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Creative Resume Looks Like An Amazon Product Page

Amazon Resume

Here’s a creative resume. A guy designed a web resume to look exactly like an product page. Click on the Add To Cart button to hire him, I guess.

To view his really smart and fun resume, click here.

This article was written by: Resume Writing

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    • Danka says:

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