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Akina Brodeak took to the streets with a sign that said "Hire me, Amazing assistant assistant & # 39; and now he's getting job interviews

Akina Brodeak took to the streets with a sign that said "Hire me, Amazing assistant assistant & # 39; and now he's getting job interviews

Akina Brodeak took to the streets with a sign that said "Hire me, Amazing assistant assistant & # 39; and now he's getting job interviews

A single mother and a university graduate is taking her job search to the streets, holding a sign that says "Hire Me" and submitting her resume.

Standing on their heels in the scorching heat of Arlington, Texas on Wednesday, Akina Brodeak held up her signs near Highway 1-30 to ask for work.

While his job search tactics may seem strange, Brodeak says he is receiving interviews.

"Thank God, the story resonated with the people, I got many calls and comments, I've heard from several companies that said they were inspired by what I did, I got calls from Houston and The Woodlands," he told The Star-Telegram.

She said she took to the streets after she failed to secure a job, despite months of searching.

& # 39; You are completing all these applications and you are not receiving callbacks. I said you know what I will try, because at this point, I need a job, "he told WFAA.

"I felt that many of my CVs were entering a black hole," he added.

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Beginning Wednesday's dawn, he posted his signs near Highway 1-30 in Arlington asking for work and delivering resumes

Beginning Wednesday's dawn, he posted his signs near Highway 1-30 in Arlington asking for work and delivering resumes

Beginning Wednesday's dawn, he posted his signs near Highway 1-30 in Arlington asking for work and delivering resumes

Working mother: Brodeak was motivated to go to the streets with her job search sign to attend to Sasha, her four-year-old daughter.

Working mother: Brodeak was motivated to go to the streets with her job search sign to attend to Sasha, her four-year-old daughter.

Working mother: Brodeak was motivated to go to the streets with her job search sign to attend to Sasha, her four-year-old daughter.

She says she has had difficulty getting a job despite having a college degree, however, after her poster period, she received several calls and says she is hopeful that she will receive an offer soon.

She says she has had difficulty getting a job despite having a college degree, however, after her poster period, she received several calls and says she is hopeful that she will receive an offer soon.

She says she has had difficulty getting a job despite having a college degree, however, after her poster period, she received several calls and says she is hopeful that she will receive an offer soon.

Motivated by giving her four-year-old daughter, Sasha, a better life and inspired by the story of California vagrant David Casarez, who received hundreds of job offers after delivering resumes in the streets, he decided to head for the highway.

She starts at sunrise with a stack of resumes and a poster that says "Hire me," "Graduate from college," "Please take a résumé," and "Awesome admin assistant."

"They're definitely not used to having a college graduate hold up a sign, but here I am," he said in his season.

Brodeak said that despite graduating from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2013, she still has trouble finding a job.

She says she has a part-time waitress job, but it's not enough to pay the bills, get an apartment and take proper care of her daughter.

In the past, she worked as an administrative assistant and substitute teacher.

Brodeak recently returned to North Texas from Illinois, hoping to find a job and a new beginning.

Super mom! Speaking in her job search, she said: "Parents sometimes have to do things that they really do not want to do, I'm a proud woman, however, here I am, because children have to eat & # 39;

Super mom! Speaking in her job search, she said: "Parents sometimes have to do things that they really do not want to do, I'm a proud woman, however, here I am, because children have to eat & # 39;

Super mom! Speaking in her job search, she said: "Parents sometimes have to do things that they really do not want to do, I'm a proud woman, however, here I am, because children have to eat & # 39;

"Parents sometimes have to do things they really do not want to do, this is not the best thing for me, I'm a proud woman, but here I am, because children have to eat, children have to go to school. Children need clothes, "he said.

& # 39; I'm not too proud. I am a hard worker and, sometimes, to be noticed, you have to go beyond what other people would do, "added Brodeak.

She says she is determined to stand firm on the highway every day until she gets a job.

After his resume of the highway, his phone has been ringing and it seems that a new career door could be opening soon.

"Sometimes you have to do unusual things to differentiate yourself from the crowd," he said.

"What I wanted has come to fruition, people are looking at my LinkedIn profile, all I wanted was to give it a good squeeze and good looks, I'm sure things will work now," he added.

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