Homeless college graduate gets job after holding ‘Hungry 4 success’ sign, handing out resumes on street

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — A college grad who was homeless and standing on a street corner handing out resumes has landed a job, KABC reported.

David Casarez, a graduate from Texas A&M University went to Northern California to try to start his own business, but he ran out of money and he had to start living in his car.

He dressed in a shirt and tie and held a sign on a street corner that read “Hungry for success.”

He passed out resumes. He said he received more than 200 inquiries after a photo of him went viral.

Casarez tweeted earlier this week that he accepted a position as a software engineer with a drone airspace defense company.

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