Student Lists Kim Kardashian's Retweet As 'accomplishment' On His Resume, Cracks 3 Job Interviews

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A graduate student, who is also a fan of Kim Kardashian, chose to list being re-tweeted by the star on his actual resume and to everyone's surprise the idea payed off.

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A graduate student, who is also a fan of Kim Kardashian, chose to list being re-tweeted by the star on his actual resume and to everyone's surprise the idea payed off. The student has cracked three interviews after he added the above point in his CV.  However, the full story dates back to November 2017.

Boston University graduate student Chris Sumlin wrote and 'aced' a paper on how Kim went from being a reality star to a full-fledged media influencer. He took to twitter and shared his paper on his twitter while tagging Kim.

She was suitably impressed, and retweeted his paper with the caption, ““Wow this is so cool!!!”

Chris is currently finishing up a Master of Science degree in Television Producing & Management at BU, and since he’s graduating in January, he’s on the hunt for jobs.

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On Tuesday, he tweeted a screenshot of the part of his resume in which he mentions that Kim Kardashian has retweeted him for “impressive work in graduate school.” According to Chris, he’s already booked three job interviews in less than a week.

Once again, Kim came through, as she re-tweeted Chris and wished him luck in his search.

Which he of course then added to his resume with the line, “Wished luck on job search by Kim Kardashian West on Twitter gaining over 17,000 reactions to the tweet.”

But while people are loving this entire exchange, they’re also reminding Chris that his resume is pretty impressive with or without Kim’s stamp of approval.

 

 

 

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