LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Christopher Boyd, a homeless Los Angeles man who handed out his resume along local freeways, has been hired.

The 44-year-old is working for Jack The Roofer in Simi Valley for a week before taking on a full time position with JB Wholesale, a Los Angeles roofing and building supply company that works with Jack The Roofer.

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Boyd has been spotted along several freeways handing out flyers listing his skills, which range from marketing to property management, construction and professional driving.

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“I’ve been all over LA,” Boyd said last month. “I got tired of going to interviews, going places and not getting hired.”

Boyd’s story went viral after a picture of his flyer was posted on Reddit.

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