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Scottish Man Applies to Job in Wrong Edinburgh

People are people and we make mistakes. Here's a dude who thought he was applying to a job in his own city, but low and behold, the listing was extremely easy to misread. For some more mix-ups, here's a guy who thought a date was a job interview and here's a woman who thought an office was a dog sitting company for months.

Guy who lives in Edinburgh Scotland applies to job in Edinburgh Indiana | r/tifu Posted by u/Scottish_Man 20 hours ago TIFU by applying job my city, but 6000 kilometers away where expected. M been laughing at myself whole today so thought would share this with s probably not as funny as think is, but alas context just finished school and looking temporary jobs over summer so can get bit money university starts have been looking at number job sites and have applied three jobs have setting search
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Guy Who Couldn't Find a Job for Two Years Realizes His Resume Was Formatted Wrong

It's seemingly inconsequential mistakes like this that keep us up at night. This dude could've had opportunity knocking at his door 2 years ago were it not for just a few small mistakes that made him invisible to potential employers. At least he figured it out eventually. Reminds us of this guy who literally lived in the dark for 6 years.

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23 of the Most Entitled School Admissions Applications People Have Seen

Nothing gets the blood boiling hotter than seeing some rich kid get a better opportunity with the help of daddy's money. Here are some of the more entitled and out-of-touch applications people have reviewed. Luckily, most of these spoiled kids didn't get in. For more stories of rich kid syndrome, check this out.

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