- A student in Ghana wrote on his CV for a job application that chasing girls was one of his favorite activities
- CVs are supposed to project the positive sides of an applicant and make them appeal to the employer in the best possible way
- A lot of Ghanaians have been reacting to the development by sharing their opinions on the young man's hobby
A Ghanaian student who was applying for a job position in a company wrote on his CV that chasing girls was part of his hobbies.
A lot of social media users have been reacting to the development after Isaac Sesi, a young Ghanaian CEO who reviewed the CV, decided to share it with his followers.
Isaac is known to be an expert on curriculum vitae as he teaches many young people how to present their achievements in order to have the best chances at the jobs they apply for.
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CVs are supposed to present an applicant's strengths to the employer and make them appear that they are ready to focus on the job at hand and deliver to the best of their ability.
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Social media reactions
After seeing the post online, several people went to the comment section to share their views.
Below are some of them.
Jojo Chartei Quansah said:
Ah, but how will that impact his work performance?
Madridista Firmer mentioned:
So people cannot be truthful anymore? Eiii
Tom Tagoe indicated:
Please we will like to know what role was applied for, maybe those are relevant hobbies
Emepha Bowers commented:
What an honest guy. He likes chasing girls so if you have ladies working for you, you know what not to do
A lot of job seekers struggle with writing a CV that gets them the dream job they've been searching for all their lives.
This is because many people don't know the important details that should be included in their CV.
On the basis of the foregoing, Legit.ng earlier published 10 things job seekers must remove from their CV in 2021.
Nigerian man prints resume on roll up banner
Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man, Oyebowale Oladayo, got people talking on social media after writing his resume on roll up banner and reaching out to Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun state that he needs a job.
In a LinkedIn post by Ore Afolayan, Oladayo's banner has a photo of Governor Oyetola. He pleaded with the governor to give him a job, adding that he wants to be a responsible father.
Oladayo placed the roll up banner at the entrance of the Osun state secretariat.