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Viral job seeker, finally appointed

Viral job seeker, finally appointed

A 24-year old in London managed to find a job days after fixing his personal pop-up stand on the station. Despite having a world-renowned banking and economic diploma from Middlesex University, Haider Malik could not find a job because the pandemic erupted. After he had become increasingly disenchanted with Zoom`s interview and could not describe his character well enough, Malik headed to Canary Wharf's bustling economic district on the morning of November 2.

Malik states that he became stimulated through his father, Mehmud Malik, a retired taxi driver who emigrated from Pakistan to the UK as a teenager. This job seeker purchased a board from a stationery shop and pasted a QR code to access resume and LinkedIn profile easily.

"I became fearful for the primary five to ten minutes," he said to My London. "I had my resume in my pocket. Instead of speaking aggressively, I stood still searching at humans and looking to fulfill them."

Heider Malik stated that being extra lively in his approach, he commenced speaking to humans and shortly observed an increase in the number of people drawing attention.

He stated, "I had my resume in my hand, and I became looking to get humans into the communication by saying "good morning" to humans. "Many humans gave me a card and gave me a phone number. Malik commenced speaking to me. "But whilst a person named Emmanuel published his picture graph on LinkedIn, a step forward got opened, and it speedily became a warm topic.

Heider Malik had arrived at the station earlier than 7 am. "At 9:30 am, I received a message asking me to return back to an interview for a role as an economic analyst at Canary Wharf Group" he said.

"Around 9:30 am, I got a text message from the director saying, 'Come for an interview at 10:30 am.'"

"I had an automobile inside the parking lot, so I took my board and taken all my belongings. I thought, 'Wow, that is crazy.'"

After the interview, I returned and located that my LinkedIn put up had exploded. "For the first three days, my phone rang unstoppably, by no means stopped, and LinkedIn became very busy," he stated.

On Friday, Malik was requested to interview the Canary Wharf Group for the second time. He became presented with a process that night. "Thanks to all and sundry who have contributed," thanked Malik at LinkedIn and special thanks to Emmanuel .

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