Creative jobseeker: A woman sang her CV and landed a job

Creative jobseeker: A woman sang her CV and landed a job

Have you ever heard the saying desperate times calls for desperate measures? Well, one woman is the perfect example of the saying.

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Like millions of other people, Page Kemna grew tired of waiting to hear back from companies who never responded to her applications.

And, Briefly.co.za learned after applying for 14 different jobs in the advertising and marketing sector, Kemna decided to up her game.

So, she thought out of the box and wrote her potential employers a song on why she should get hired. Yup, the genius woman turned her CV into a catchy song.

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GoodThingsGuy.com reported the blonde beauty said if a company did not like her song, it was not the type of environment she wanted to work in anyway.

So, she composed her song to show companies she was not afraid of going the extra mile to succeed, and it paid off because she landed a job.

Kemna posted her resume song LinkedIn, a website for professionals, and it soon went viral. Her amazing voice, great piano skills and brilliant lyrics caught the attention of other social media users and companies.

“Hey everyone! Feeling down about the job search? Me too. All I have been doing is tweaking my resumes and cover letters for employers that likely won’t even glance at them for more than like 30 seconds. And trust me, I totally get it. Resumes are remarkably dull. But, I am not. So, let me liven things up just a little bit.”, she started off her video.

Take a look at Kemna’s creative CV song below:

Creative jobseeker: A woman sang her CV and landed a job

Some of the comments on her video. Photo credit: Page Kemna/Youtube

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