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CV Superstars – I participate in full-contact origami

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18:35 PM | 22 January 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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This is the first in our CV Superstars series where we'll post a bunch of impressive, creative and down right wacky CVs and applications. As well as the entertainment factor you may find some inspiration for your own job hunt.

This is the first in our CV Superstars series where we'll post a bunch of impressive, creative and down right wacky CVs and applications. As well as the entertainment factor you may find some inspiration for your own job hunt.

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