Everyone makes email blunders, but in Vanessa Hojdaâ€™s case, mistakenly attaching a photo of actor Nicolas Cage to a job application has made her an instant celebrity online. Hojda, a 20-year-old student at York University in Toronto, inadvertently became the object of the Webâ€™s attention this week after emailing her schoolâ€™s career center about an administrative assistant job. Instead of uploading her rÃ©sumÃ© and cover letter, however, she accidentally attached a startling photo of actor Nicolas Cage. He wonâ€™t get you hired. Blogging about the goof on her Tumblr, Hojda said that she had been thrown by the numbers in the file names, which were similar. â€œJesus Christ I accidentally sent my potential future boss a picture of Nic Cageâ€¦Oh my God,â€ she wrote, in all caps. Someone at the career center alerted Hojda to the fact that the attachment contained not her rÃ©sumÃ©, but a picture of â€œNic Cage looking terrifying,â€ she told the Washington Post. The mishap quickly caught fire online, becoming yet another Nicolas Cage meme. (One is based on a line â€“ â€œYou donâ€™t say?â€â€” from the 1988 film Vampireâ€™s Kiss. Another web sensation: galleries of the actorâ€™s face Photoshopped onto pictures of cats.) But since this is a blog about careers, letâ€™s take this as a good lesson of what not to do when applying for a job. â€œThatâ€™s a big â€˜oops,â€™â€ says Beth Brown, co-author of the Damn Good Resume Guide, fifth edition. Brown says the last step in creating a rÃ©sumÃ© is to proof and polish it. Hojda might have averted disaster had she first emailed the job inquiry to herself or a friend. â€œYou wan to make sure what comes back to you looks like what you sent,â€ she says.