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Monday, February 29, 2016

This cat's LinkedIn profile is absolutely better than yours

Posted By on Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 4:49 PM

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You better hope Rudi doesn't apply for the same job as you because there's no way you can compete with this.

 
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Can you build custom homes AND stitch the shit up? Yeah, we didn't think so. 

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He's a cat of many trades.  



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He's even done work for Governor Snyder! 

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And he's multi-faceted. He's also an animal welfare advocate, a staunch feminist, AND he volunteers at his local Salvation Army.
 
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Need more inspiration for getting your LinkedIn game to Rudi's level? You can see his full profile here

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