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This man hand-delivered 40 resumes in doughnut boxes -- and here's what happened

If you think that sweetening up your resume means simply adding a pop of color in the title, you might want to take a page our of this man's book. Or, rather, a doughnut out of his box! SEE ALSO: Don't make this one huge mistake on your resume 25-year-old Lukas Yla, of Vilnius, Lithuania, knew that standing out was a necessity when it came to finding a job in the ever-competitive tech market in the San Francisco area.
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