London Man Lands Job Offers in Subway

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London Man Lands Job Offers After Going Viral

London Man Lands Job Offers after applying to over 300 jobs and not getting any favorable responses. 22-year old Alfred Ajani decided to take a different approach and marketed himself by writing his credentials on a sign and standing in the busy London subway station of Waterloo during rush hour. He took a picture of himself and posted it to his Twitter account which received hundreds of retweets and plenty of social media publicity. Ajani landed an interview while on site but after his picture of him holding a sign stating he is a recent marketing graduate with 2.1 GPA went viral, he also received interview leads from LinkedIn, Twitter and through e-mail. Ajani said during an interview that he was nervous at first but when he started getting favorable responses, he became more comfortable and was pleased that his plan may actually help him land a job. Goes to show a little innovation can go a long way. Maybe this will work in getting a free vacation.

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Kristin is Editor-in-Chief of I’m Lit Media. Previously, Kristin has written for Hamptons.com and Dan’s Paper’s. Her work has also been featured on numerous blog sites including Hampton’s MouthPiece. During her career, Kristin has interviewed some of the most well known people in the entertainment industry such as Robin Givens, Forest Whitaker, Lorraine Bracco and Russell Simmons. In addition to her love for writing and research, Kristin is an avid adventurer and has traveled to 6 continents, over 20 countries and 31 states.

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