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Graduates ‘Give me a job’ plea to commuters lands him an interview

A job-seeking graduate has been standing at Birmingham’s New Street station, handing out his CV to commuters in the hope of finding work

Jamie Harris, 22, from Telford in Shropshire, said he had applied for various jobs but was repeatedly being told by prospective employers that he “needed more experience”.

The University of Leicester history graduate, who has also recently completed a masters degree at Lancaster University, stood with a sign at the station inviting people to take a copy of his CV.

Commuters commented saying that they were impressed by his actions as it showed he was trying something new to stand out from the crowd and find employment.

Watch the video clip here on the BBC website:

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