An unemployed university graduate who spent months standing in a busy railway station handing out his CV is back to the same spot – this time, however, he is hiring.
Alfred Ajani (22) who graduated from Coventry University (England) in 2014 with a degree in marketing, took the unconventional approach to job hunting after he struggled to find work. After submitting hundreds of job applications with little luck, he took to the Waterloo station in London last August. He attracted the attention of several employers, and a few months later he started a new job.
He is now employed as the marketing and PR projects manager at recruitment company, The Asoria Group. Last week, he returned to the same spot at the station with a “Now I’m Hiring” sign.