Homeless Man Who is Hungry for Success Hands Out Resume, Gets Hundreds of Job Offers After Going Viral

Homeless Man Who is Hungry for Success Hands Out Resume, Gets Hundreds of Job Offers After Going Viral

  • David Casarez, a homeless man in the United States who is hungry for success went viral after his photo was posted on social media
  • The man displayed a placard telling people to take his resume; life hit him hard and he desperately needed a job to achieve his dreams
  • A woman who was driving saw Casarez and took his resume, after which she shared his story with the world

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A homeless man in California identified as David Casarez took to the streets to display a placard telling people to take his resume.

The placard read:

"Homeless, hungry for success. Take a resume."
David Casarez
David Casarez got lots of job offers after going viral on social media. Photo credit: CBS News, Goalcast
Source: UGC

According to CBS News, Casarez expended his savings and was owing $80,000 (Ghc481,195) worth of student loan debt.

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Casarez was noticed

A woman, Jasmine Scofield, spotted Casarez while driving and she was surprised that he wasn't asking for money but wanted people to take his resume, Goalcast reports.

After taking the young man's resume, Jasmine asked him what he was into and Casarez told her he was an experienced web developer who was in search of a job in the tech industry.

Jasmine posts Casarez's photo on social media

The woman took permission from Casarez to post his photo on Facebook and Twitter. Jasmine narrated the encounter on Facebook and Twitter along with Casarez's photo.

Casarez said he has been getting a lot of job offers since he went viral.

YEN.com.gh also reported that, a young Ghanaian lady by the name Ajara Ibrahim shared how much money she makes from selling coins after being left unemployed.

In a recent interview with SVTV Africa, the young lady recounted that she had initially wanted to be in the military or with the fire service after her secondary education, but due to 'who knows who' she missed out on that.

Ajara said she continued with the job hunt there after all to no avail and finally resorted to selling boiled eggs on the street.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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