Watch: 'Can destroy clean space in 30 seconds': Toddler takes his own CV to mom's job interview
A mother has been praised after she took her toddler son to a job interview dressed in a suit and holding his own CV to help her.
Maggie, from St Louis, US, lost her job due to the pandemic. When she was invited to an interview for a new position, she could not find anyone to look after her young son.
The company told Maggie that they were child-friendly and she could bring her son to the interview so that she didn't miss the job opportunity.
Maggie shared an adorable video of her son preparing for the day. He was dressed in a blue and white striped suit with a bow tie. The little boy even had his own CV to explain why he could be a valuable member in the company.
The CV's objective read, "To not find a job and eat all the snacks."
His skills included "can destroy a clean space in 30 seconds, can take off own diaper, smelling flowers with my teeth, go down stairs while holding my mom's hand, can throw a ball, can spot a dog a mile away."
The little boy had no experience, however, he's been studying at Mom & Dad University.
Maggie said that she had successfully for a job offer and would be considering it.
The adorable video has gone viral on social media, racking up more than 8.7 million views. Netizens praised the company for its child-friendly culture and were impressed with Maggie's idea to make her son's resume.
One user said, "I would hire you simply on the fact that you dressed him up and he had his own adorable resume. Witty and I love it." Another joked, "Plot twist: the toddler got the job instead."