Job hunter delivers doughnuts with note to stand out – but some call it ‘creepy’

The job market is tough right now.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many are out of work and face stiff competition when hunting for new careers.

So it’s become more important than ever to have a CV that helps you to stand out from the crowd.

If you’re in need of some inspiration, you might want to take a look at the trick this job hunter tried.

In order to catch the attention of employers, he delivered doughnuts directly to their offices.

Not only is this a great way to get them sweet, it also increases the likelihood of them looking at the applicant’s resume.

The box of four delicious doughnuts is accompanied with a note.

It reads: “Most resumes end up in trash. Mine – in your belly.

“This delivery is not a mistake. I pretended to be a Postmates delivery guy to ensure my resume was delivered to you personally.”

A picture of the creative CV were posted onto Reddit, where it quickly went viral.

In less than 24 hours, the post has garnered more than 64,900 upvotes.

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One commenter gushed: “I’m a recruiter and look at resumes everyday. This is gold. 10/10 would try to find them a job.”

Another said: “As someone who hires and has hired many people, this would be 100% more refreshing than getting a cover letter with the wrong industry depicted.”

And a third joked: “Is he applying to be a police officer?”

While many thought the application was clever and creative, some criticised it.

A Redditor said: “For a marketing or sales job this may work, for any other job they're just going to think you're a weirdo and eat your donuts.”

Another said: “Yeah I'm not eating mystery donuts from a suspected weirdo.”

A third agreed: “I wouldn’t eat them.”

And a fourth added: "This is creepy as f***."

So what do you think? Let us know in the comments section below.

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