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What happened to the guy who handed his resume by hand?

A year ago, Carlos didn't have a job. He didn't even have money to print his resume. We told you how it went.

No matter how adverse the circumstances may be, there is always a way to get ahead. A year ago, Carlos didn't have a job. He didn't even have  money  to print his resume. So, he introduced it by hand. Someone posted it on the networks and his commitment to progress, despite the limitations, moved everyone. We tell you what is about her life a year later.

The story

Carlos Duarte is Cordovan and is 21 years old. A year ago, his  story  inspired many. To so many, it was even published by an  Indian newspaper. It all started when she approached the place where Eugenia works to offer her work. She told her that at the moment they weren't looking for people, but she could leave her resume. He, a little embarrassed, replied that he didn't have, because he didn't have money to pay for the print.

Eugenia, then, offered her to hand it over. Carlos sat at a local table and started writing it. He gave him a simple, neat and hard sheet, like everything he does. Eugenia received that artisanal and improvised resume, and she was moved. He posted it on his networks and, from that moment on, Carlos's phone did not stop ringing.

“Some come with the leaf made a bun. I read and I see they're 18 years old. I understand them and I stretch it. Others see that I'm serving a client and they don't care anything: 'I leave you my resume, 'they say. They interrupt you. Carlos came on  September 21 . The place was full. He waited for him to attend to the last and there he just approached,” recalls Eugenia.

Today Carlos works in a  glass factory , where he learned a lot and has been upgrading. With his salary, he was able to buy a motorcycle, but he dreams of much more - he wants a  house of his own . We're sure he's going to make it.

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