The ultimate job application?

It would seem that the social media kids do their job hunting differently in London…

(Hat-tip: b3ta)


  1. Ian Smith
    9 Feb 13
    2:51 pm

  2. Don’t call us. We’ll ca…..

  3. JJ
    9 Feb 13
    10:34 pm

  4. wow

  5. Offal Spokesperson
    11 Feb 13
    2:16 pm

  6. I imagine he has already started work then.

    If not, an OZ agency will be on the phone with visa deal in hand.

  7. Colette
    11 Feb 13
    2:33 pm

  8. that’s amazing!!!

  9. Every pot has a lid
    11 Feb 13
    3:18 pm

  10. Can someone please send this kid a link to The Works’ Intern program?

    He’d be a perfect fit.

  11. Anton Buchner
    12 Feb 13
    8:06 am

  12. Pretty much sums up the kids today. No idea what a value proposition is. What are his benefits beyond the fluff and bubble? Social media requires substance to stand out. Quality content and relevance is where the web and mobile technology is going. Not just chest beating.

  13. BK
    12 Feb 13
    3:30 pm

  14. He knows a guy that makes videos. That’s his pitch. He’ll be my boss.

  15. ok
    13 Feb 13
    3:08 pm

  16. Oh righto Anton, just cause one kid makes a stupid video intended as a joke and suddenly we can safely decide NO kid understands value propositions. Fair assumption mate.

  17. nell schofield
    14 Feb 13
    1:42 pm

  18. i agree with Anton

  19. FK
    14 Feb 13
    3:09 pm

  20. love it!!

  21. Anton Buchner
    14 Feb 13
    5:13 pm

  22. Happy to be proven wrong ‘ok’ if you want to contact me directly.

  23. ok
    18 Feb 13
    9:39 am

  24. And I suppose everyone from your generation produces flawless work time after time? I don’t even need to prove you wrong, just take a look around at all the shitty work approved by “seniors”. Even if you do perceive junior work as lacking in skill, it’s you who approves it. This video does not count as it’s obviously an attention seeking joke, not a social media campaign to be taken seriously.