Amazon page resume: Genius tech guy Philippe Dubost creates online resume like an Amazon page (Photo)

By on Jan 26, 2013 in Internet, Lifestyle, United States, Weird Comments

A so-called Amazon page resume is now starting to get attention, as shown in the photos below, which could help jobseekers find a job easily. Besides having all the important details in a jobseeker’s resume, the jobseeker can also discover ways on how he can impress employers and eventually hire him.

Apparently, this is what web product manager Philippe Dubost did, when he brilliantly created his own online resume that looked like an Amazon page and posted it on a website called Phildub.com. Mashable on its report on Friday, January 25, 2013, even dubbed it as the “best online resume ever.”

“For the past 6 years I’ve put my energy towards growing and enhancing meaningful web products and services. I then went one step further when I created my own web company 2 years ago.” Dubost wrote on the Product Description on his Amazon page resume, with clickable links directing to his website.

“What motivated me was the perspective of applying the different sets of professional & technical skills I had learnt so far to build a meaningful web product. I enjoy traveling and working in multicultural environments, as I have in the past in the US, Mexico and France.” Dubost added.

For his past work experiences, Philippe Dubost used an Amazon.com product review pattern where his former employers wrote short but good reviews about him, along with the star rating. In case you will not notice, this genius tech guy received 121 five-star rates out of the total 223 star rating, and had 37 one-star rating.

Amusingly, Dubost indicated that there is “Only 1 left in stock – Order soon” and to “Add to cart for pricing information and this item ships for Free with Super Saver Shipping,” which is probably for the salary negotiation. And not to mention, he encourages everyone to visit his Avocado Travel blog, which is in French.

Nonetheless, he mentioned his personal information at the Product Details, where he detailed his educational attainment, including taking up Bachelor in Computer Science at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, in Nice, France and receiving MBA for Management Information Systems at the University of Dayton in Ohio, USA.

And while this Amazon page resume may look weird to some, jobseekers will learn a lot from it, realizing that looking for a job also needs a little creativity. After all, employers do not only want their employees to be honest and action-driven, they also want them to possess ingenuity and have some sense of humor.


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Amazon page resume
Image Credit: Philippe Dubost/Phildub.com

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Continuation of Amazon page resume
Image Credit: Philippe Dubost/Phildub.com

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Continuation of Amazon page resume
Image Credit: Philippe Dubost/Phildub.com


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