Internet friends, I'm looking for a new job. I'm thinking about embedding this gif in my emails to employers.
10 months ago
@Zack Vabolis Dude, that's badass.
One thing, though — I would change "I want to work FOR you..." to "I want to work WITH you..."
Using the word "for" implies more of a subservient role, and sounds desperate. Desperation in job searching is an immediate red flag to potential employers.
Using "with" puts you on a level playing field, as if you're saying, "I want to *collaborate* with you." It implies that you're confident in your skills as a creative equal, and that THEY have as much to gain from the partnership as YOU.
Regardless, the gif is dopesauce.
6 months ago
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