This South Korean Job Seeker’s Emotional Cover Letter Puts Your Grammatically Correct CV to Shame
By: Neetzan Zimmerman
A candid cover letter penned by a South Korean job seeker is getting some serious attention today.
Not because of how polished it is. Quite the contrary: It is riddled with grammatical errors, having likely been translated verbatim from the author's mother tongue.
Still, through the broken English, a clear portrait of a hardworking, hard-feeling wild bear lifter emerges.
In all seriousness, his passion, ambition, and, perhaps most importantly, willingness to work without pay for an indefinite period of time make him an ideal candidate.
If you're looking for someone who has service, retail, manufacturing, and farming experience and can run faster than a train, you'd be hard-pressed to find someone better.
You're in HR, would you bring this South Korean for an interview after reading his cover letter?
This is a public poll: others will see what you voted for.
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