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Woman accidentally attaches Nicolas Cage photo to job application

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The application a Canadian woman sent with a Nicolas Cage photo mistakenly attached.

The application a Canadian woman sent with a Nicolas Cage photo mistakenly attached.

TORONTO — A  woman applying for a summer job at a prestigious Canadian university is once again making Nicolas Cage an internet sensation.

Vanessa Hojda recently made the mistake of attaching a whacky photo of the American movie star instead of a document that contained her resume and cover letter in an application for a summer position at York University in Toronto.

“I accidentally sent my potential future boss a picture of Nic Cage,” Hojda wrote on her Tumblr blog on July 6. “(The photo) was a zip file title with a bunch of numbers like the jpg I accidentally attached. Oh my god.”

York University happens to be one of the top 400 universities in the world, as ranked in a listing by the Times Higher Education Tuesday. There is no word whether or not Hojd got the job, but news outlets like the Washington Post are suggesting the slip-up might just prove that she’s qualified.

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