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Instead of begging for money, this homeless man had an idea of handing out copies of his resume outside a grocery store which is located in Sacramento, California. 

The 52-year-old man Frederick Callison used to be a line cook who came to Sacramento to be a cook from the Salvation Army. But things did not turn out fine. 


“I don’t like to beg. And I won’t. I refused to,” he said.", Frederick said. 

He was then noticed by another man named Michael Marteen who was buying stuff with his two daughters and fiancee. He claims that it is refreshing to see a man doing an effort despite being in a difficult situation. 


Frederick laid out copies of his resume which has a sign of 'need work and food'. He also prepared his Social Security card and ID to show the people that he is indeed serious about finding a job.



Marteen uploaded his resume on Facebook not knowing it anything would happen. The good thing is that a restaurant called Pizza Rocks saw the resume and offered him a job.
Source: KickerDaily

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