Everyone loves Leah. Except the other job applicants. They hate Leah. (via)
As Spring gets underway, we prepare for a flood of graduating students to metamorphose into a deluge of desperate job applicants clawing at the doors of employers everywhere. Most of them will not succeed, at least not where they want. The ones that do will mostly have friends or family to thank. The rest will have gotten there on the back of their hard work, but even those have to distinguish themselves with their resumes. So, before you go out there into the world, we thought we'd share some of the best, worst, and most interesting resumes we've seen in a while to give you food for thought. Here's what to do, what not to do, and some things you won't have problems avoiding unless you're clinically nuts-o.