It's hard to attract much attention with a resume, right? I mean, if you've seen one, you've seem them all. Not so on both counts for an enterprising - and creative - web product manager from Paris, France, by the name of Philippe Dubost. His resume takes the form of an amazing Amazon product page. But don't just check out the screen grab, go here and see it for yourself.

For the past six years Dubost says he has put his energy towards growing and enhancing meaningful web products and services, including starting his own web product, APPARTINFO.com, which he says is the first online local review guide on apartments and neighborhoods in France.

He is bilingual and has lived in the U.S., Mexico and France, and is available for shipping anywhere in the world!

Be sure to check out some of the live links on his online resume, which is also his personal website, where he presents himself as a shoppable item.

Note to potential employers, there is only one Dubost left in stock, so anyone interested should order soon.

Note to potential employers, there is only one Dubost left in stock, so anyone interested should order soon.

The social media links are live, as are some of the other buttons such as Add to Cart and Add to Wish List.

I recently wrote here about a supposedly great cover letter that was making the rounds on Wall Street. Although some Staffing Talk readers were impressed, I wasn't particularly. I just didn't see the creativity others seemed to.

Then again, I am a writer, and wasn't impressed with the writing in the cover letter. But I am not a web designer, and am impressed with Philippe's work, so I guess that's a caveat to this.

Others are seeing it too, though. He has generated hundreds of visitors to his website and he is doing interviews with media outlets, including one with a radio station in Houston just this morning.

Thoughts? Reactions? Would you hire him for an IT position?

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