Donut trickery lands guy 10 job interviews
Lukas Yla set out to bag his dream tech job a little differently to how most of us would do it by sending tech giants a box of donuts.
The disappointment of not hearing back from your dream job hurts big time.
"Why can't they just get back to me?", "How long does it take to send an email?"
Enter Lukas Yla; after moving to San Fransisco, Lukas wanted to pursue the tech career he'd always dreamed of.
So to grab the attention of some San Fran tech giants, Lukas put his CV in doughnut boxes, dressed up as a Postmates courier and hand-delivered his sugar-coated resumes directly to the door of his favourite companies.
Apparently, Lukas' jam-filled plan went down very well with employers as he's said to have earned himself 10 interviews from the stunt.
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