We've now seen what may be the world's first Vine resume.
Credit the innovation to Dawn Siff, a former reporter for Dow Jones and producer for Fox News Radio, and a self-described "journalist, strategist, manager, deadline Jedi, idea machine." She used Twitter's new video sharing service to post a six-second resume, perhaps the first of its kind. Siff told Buzzfeed that the Vine took about four hours (and three lightbulbs) to create.
Resumes on Vine shouldn't exactly be a surprise. USA Today reported Sunday on a firm that is evaluating job applicants based on their tweets, rather than their paper resumes. "The Web is your resume. Social networks are your mass references," Vala Afshar, chief marketing officer at the tech firm Enterasys Networks, told the paper.