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Delivery Job

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10:00 AM | 1 July 2016
by Arthur Gueidan
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Students Maria Pedrosa Riquelme and Nuria Muñoz Ramos from Miami Ad School were inspired by Pact Coffee and Facebook to come up with the inventive idea for job seekers to meet the gatekeepers to their dreams job.

Students Maria Pedrosa Riquelme and Nuria Muñoz Ramos from Miami Ad School were inspired by Pact Coffee and Facebook to come up with the inventive idea for job seekers to meet the gatekeepers to their dreams job.

"Even the greatest bosses began delivering coffee."

This social media campaign has been designed to help young unemployed students make connections with corporate executives. Simply by submitting your contact information, job offers you wish to receive and personal work skills, Facebook will identify possible employers. From then on it becomes a race to get the coffee.

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