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We've previously compiled a list of the most inventive CVs - but this one surely trumps the lot of them.

An unemployed French engineer, frustrated at being unable to find a job, decided to rent an electric car and use it to advertise his skills to the world (well, Marseille to be exact) by putting his CV on it.

Denys Poulet used decals to paste his skills, achievements and employment history onto the vehicle and drove it around for 10 days, stopping to talk to interested parties. It seems that it was successful, as he has since received some job offers.

You can watch him in action in the video clip below: nice job Denys.


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