Better unemployed! Job seekers shame VERY dodgy ads – from bragging about minimum wage as a ‘benefit’ to disallowing staff for funerals
- People from all over the world have shared terrible job opportunities spotted online
- An employer in Malaysia does not allow employees to take time off for funerals
- Another said they were looking for ‘good looking’ employees as a requirement
Looking for a new job is no small feat, but with offers like this, it’s no wonder some people struggle with unemployment for so long.
Job seekers from all over the world have shamed lists shared by eligible employers who saw them online on the trivia website Docjournals.com.
An employer from Malaysia said they would not hire people who would request leave to attend the funeral of their loved ones or help their sick relatives.
Many companies were also looking for “start-up” workers, while simultaneously requiring three years or more of experience, or paying them less than minimum wage for more than 40 hours of work per week.
Another employer made the dubious decision to make “looking good” a requirement for a job he was hiring for.
People from all over the world have shamed job postings from employers they found online. One company cited paying ‘minimum wage’ as one of the benefits of working for them
A bad omen? An employer looking for an executive personal assistant said they were looking for someone who doesn’t take things personally
Write off! A US-based company offered $0.10 to $0.50 per hour for a writing assignment, requiring a minimum of three years of writing experience and four years of experience in finance
Model Employees! A company in the sales and consumer goods sector lists ‘handsome’ as one of its job requirements
Good grief! An employer in Malaysia made it clear that they were looking for an employee who would not take time off to attend the funerals of their loved ones or help their families
Aim high: A company said they were looking for an employee with six years of combined experience for an internship
That’s rich! In Irvine, California, a brash employer was looking for a full-time, unpaid financial advisor
Make it logical: One Twitter user pointed out that developer positions typically require seven years of experience in a particular program, which wasn’t even released seven years ago
What a contender: A company seeking full-time and part-time volunteers said they weren’t paid because they’re ‘priceless’
This large engineering firm wanted ten years of experience for an entry-level job and is probably still looking for the ideal candidate
Attribution: A job seeker was stunned when a company said they wouldn’t hire him because of his first name, Jeffrey
A company recruiter admitted they would hire people from countries where the average salary is lower so they can get away with lower wages
Child’s play! A Texan family seeking a nanny made several demands, including having a college degree, before revealing they could only afford $80 a week
Lowest dollar: A Schaumburg, Illinois company offered $10 an hour for a job that required ten years of experience