Are You an Unemployed Journalism Grad? Start Singing!

An unemployed Spaniard twentysomething with a journalism degree and no job has gone viral for singing— yes, singing– about his credentials on the subway.

As The Huffington Post shares, “While a friend filmed, Enzo Vizcaino strummed on a ukulele and serenaded straphangers on the Barcelona Metro. . . . Fortunately, after the video was posted on YouTube and shared widely on social media, the job offers flooded in.”

Check out the video of his performance.  His song is in Spanish, so I’ve included a translation of most of the lyrics below.

Among the lyrics:


Degree in journalism
and a master’s diploma
that is folded right here,
in case you’d like to see it.


Complementary training:
An online course I found on Groupalia
about community management.
I’m an expert on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest,
Linkedin and MySpace.


Professional experience,
at a local radio station,
with a fellowship contract,
that was unpaid, of course. . . .


I’m the King of Word,
Excel, and Powerpoint.
I control Photoshop.


Don’t reach for your wallet,
I’m not here to ask for money.
Though maybe you have a friend or relative. . . .
Need a journalist, screenwriter,
writer or editor,
music composer.


Or maybe you’re looking for a more basic service.
I also know how to kneel
and for a special price
I will let you whip me.


For more information
always at your disposition
my profile is at Infojobs.



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