Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Soon after completion of education, everyone eyes to bag a dream job as per their eligibility. Tracking job vacancies, filling out application forms and applying for employment is the process followed by every job seeker. 

With the growing crisis in jobs, unemployed youths run from pillar to post to grab an opportunity. Only fortunate persons are able to grab a job after several denials and rejections. 

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However, how far can a job seeker go to get his/her dream job?

Here we bring an image of an ‘Application for Employment’ that has triggered a laugh riot on social media and will leave you stunned. 

The letter headlining ‘Application for Employment’ reads: I refer to the recent death of the technical manager at your company and hereby apply for the replacement of the deceased manager.

Further, the letter reads: Each time I apply for a job, I get a reply that there is no vacancy but in this case I have caught you red-handed and you have no excuse because I even attended the funeral to be sure that he was truly dead and buried before applying. 

Attached to my letter is a copy of my C.V. and his death certificate: He ended the letter.

Milind, a Banking, Financial Services and Insurance professional, shared the hand-written letter on Twitter seeking suggestions from Twitterati if he should reject the applicant or hire him.

Milind’s caption for the post reads: Received this job application, what to do now? Any further excuses you can suggest to reject, or should he be hired? If so, on what grounds? (sic)

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As the ‘Application for Employment’ seems to be interesting and funny at the same time, it has prompted many to bat for the man asking the recruiter to at least call him for an interview. Even many others asked Milind to hire him for the post.