posted on Mar, 25 2018 @ 01:50 PM
True story. I was asked to help my friend out. His brother-in-law is living with him, and he needs to leave because the new baby needs a bedroom.
Said brother-in-law served six years in the Air Force and is now in the National Guard, but he "cannot" get a job. I looked at his resume, and it was
terrible, so I did one up professionally for him after a meeting. I own a business, so I know what employers are looking for. Keep in mind, I live
in Provo, Utah, which has the best economy in the country.
The next day I get a call from my friend saying that his BIL won't use the resume and cover letter I did for him because I hurt his feelings. I had
said that he needed to man up, stop making excuses, and behave with discipline and dignity. And that triggered him. He is depriving a baby girl of
her bedroom, mooching off of his sister's husband, and does nothing but sit around painting model toys, but he won't use a resume written by a
professional to get a job because he says I hurt his feelings, and he has PTSD. He was an X-ray technician that never served in combat.
Yeah. The military has gone soft. I do not want people like him in a foxhole next to me.