Turkish blogger Ozgur Alaz was looking for an innovative way to cobble together an eye-catching resume, and he certainly found it by using Google
Maps Earth. He assigned a color-coded place mark for each area of his experience and then filled each one with relevant information. After exporting those markers into a Google Earth file, the result is data-filled place marks, not only showing information about Ozgur, but where each one of his experiences took place as well.
We're not sure how many employers in Istanbul have Google Maps loaded and ready, but sheesh, you have to give the guy points for innovation. McDonald's may not be impressed, but maybe this is a perfect way to land that cartography gig you've been looking for.
The First Resume in Google Earth [Marketallica]