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Jun 28, 2006 4:36 pm

Submitted for your amusement:


http://www.resumania.com/

Jun 28, 2006 4:48 pm

that is funny

Jun 28, 2006 5:09 pm

LOL!  Every recruiter has a collection of these.  Here are a few I've received over the years (edited to protect the guilty).

Assed client portfolios and conducted meeting to determine suitablity of
investment and appropriate changes. Destiny Will Decide Whether you Will Read this Resume...  Thanks for contacting me. I think <your
client> would want to see the attached document which I had prepared couple
weeks back. You can call me in my cell at any time.
And my favorite:

References are variable at your
request.




Jun 29, 2006 1:58 am
NASD Newbie:

Submitted for your amusement:


http://www.resumania.com/


 
I just dont understand why you have so much time to look on the web for corn ball $hit like that to post on the message board!

Jun 29, 2006 1:20 pm

Had a young man - no kidding bring in a resume once when I was BOA at Jones. I glanced at it before I forwarded it on to STL. He wanted to initially be an intern, then move to as he put it, "entry level Financial Advisor".


His prior job was male runway model, and the job skills applicable to the field of finance were....drumroll. Time Management. Yes, you see - he knew he needed to get to the end of the runway and back before the song was over - and to change clothes in time, before the next song began. Poor thing.


I asked if we could hire him as my asst BOA. You know, for um training purposes. I could knock over my pencils and he could pick them up....again and again and again.