Due to Corona infection in London, UK, a person found such a way to find a job that he is being discussed a lot on social media. After continuous interviews, when that person did not get the job, he put up a pop-up stand of his resume at the railway station. Within a few hours of doing so, he got a job offer.
According to reports, 24-year-old Haider Malik, a resident of London, is originally from Pakistan. He could not find a job even after getting a first class in Banking and Finance from Middlesex University. Even after giving the interview, the disappointment prevailed. He recently gave a pop-up stand aid at the railway station in London. He shared the details of his CV on a signboard. He also shared the QR code of his LinkedIn and CV.
“The idea was given to me by my father,” says Haider, who is driving the cab. At first, I was scared, because I was standing empty-handed. I had a copy of the CV in my bag. I took him out and started greeting those who only wished him laughter and good morning. Meanwhile some people smilingly passed me. Some gave their cards. Someone took my photo and put it on social media. After the photo went viral, Haider Malik started getting job calls. “I got a message from a department director,” he says. It said: “Arrival for interview at 10:30 pm. The address was also written. I reached there. I got the job after the second phase of the interview.”