Resume of Times Square bomber says he is ‘result-oriented’

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New York, May 6 (IANS) Pakistani American Faisal Shahzad, whose attempted car-bombing of Times Square and escape from the US was fortuitously foiled, wanted to ‘work in a high-energy and challenging’ environment, says his resume.

Shahzad’s resume, accessed by MSNBC, states his objective as wanting to ‘work in a high-energy and challenging business environment that will promote professional and personal growth while adding significant value to my employer’.

Shahzad, who was arrested as his plane was about to take off from Kennedy airport Monday, had received a series of phone calls from Pakistan in the days leading up to the incident. Five of these calls were received on the same day he bought the Nissan Pathfinder used in the attempted car-bombing attack Saturday night in the bustling area of New York.

His resume says that he has ‘more than seven years of diversified experience with Fortune 500 companies in accounting, budgeting, financial analysis, accountability analysis, revenue forecasting, client coordination, operations’.

Shahzad, who became a naturalised US citizen April 17, 2009, goes on to say that he has ‘excellent analytical, oral and communication skills, keen perception, good team player, and accomplished result-oriented employee’.

The resume shows him to be working for the Affinion group as a client reporting analyst.

In the education section, he has listed MBA in finance, 2005, from University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut.

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