An intern applicant for the British GQ named Sumukh Mehta got the attention of his prospective employers by creating an on-brand magazine of himself to submit as a resume.
The marketing graduate explains that he wanted to work for the men's magazine in order to exercise his love and skill in the field with freedom -- a quality that's more than evident with his creative resume. The Sumukh Mehta GQ India edition is 20 pages long, working to show off his knowledge of the company, educational achievements, work experience, style and more.
It reportedly took him three weeks to compile everything for the magazine as he took the time to create stylized editorials, original graphics and articles for it. The creative resume paid off however, with Sumukh Mehta being offered a well-deserved internship position at the British GQ office in London.
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