The story in detail
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This person is looking for a job and they have laid out some strict terms for potential employers
We gathered some interesting reactions from the Reddit community for your viewing pleasure:
We’re not sure anyone would be hiring them anytime soon
“She is available 64 hours a month, or averages 16 hours a week.“
The job seeker might need to find employment in another industry
Some individuals say it how they feel without bothering about the consequences
We’re not sure that a lead data architect with 12 years of experience will be asking a random Facebook audience for leads
“I can't see this person being particularly successful.”
“I had an old flatmate with the exact name and same attitude.”
“Part of my job is vetting applications for our hiring manager. People like this make up roughly half of our applicants.”
“The job they are looking for is prositution. Good money and the weather outside matters.”
This unconventional job seeker definitely sparked a lively discussion within the Reddit community. It wasn’t just amusing but reflective, especially the revelation that this bizarre trend was slowly becoming the norm in the job market.
We can't help but wonder about the future of employment expectations. Will compromise be a forgotten virtue?
As we await their return to reality, we extend our best wishes to this unique job seeker. They should definitely keep us posted on any job miracles!
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