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Thursday, July 12, 2012

job applicationIn this economy, getting a job for most people has been extremely difficult.  There just aren’t enough jobs for everyone who is out of work.  That being the case, people have had to get creative in how they position themselves and approach this challenging job market.  From resume building to interview classes, there are plenty of tools and resources out on the internet to help even the most inexperienced job seeker find a job.  In other words, you don’t have to look very hard to find good advice that can help.

However, one piece of job search advice that you will never see online is anything about putting a bomb threat on your application.  Trust us when we say that it really isn’t a good idea.  Just ask a man in Kearny, Nebraska who filled out a job application at a restaurant and ended the application with the statement, “If you be quiet and help me, you won’t die.”

The manager immediately contacted authorities and the man was taken into custody.  No bomb was found.  The man was released from jail on a $10,000 bail bond and is scheduled to appear in court in August.  Read the original article below.

Original story:  Neb. man jailed for bomb threat on job application