Book Learnin

As submitter Caroline notes, “this one is really only good for the title. Oh, but it’s SO good.” She is not wrong.

Come on.

Come on, Educational Institution! You misspelled 25% of the subject line of this job listing. That is… well, frankly, it is remarkable! So remarkable that one might almost think it was an ill-advised joke… except the rest of the job description is approximately the length of a late-period Dickens novel and remains humorless, typo-free and dull as dirt.

Either the special education students have staged some sort of coup over there (taking over the office, finishing and posting job listings and perhaps releasing some sort of woefully misspelled list of demands) or this uptight educational organization with a three page list of rigid requirements for its applicants can’t even get it together to spell check the title of their own job posts. The former sounds dangerous, and the latter sounds like a miserable work environment.

Recommendation? Avoid this job. And employers, remember: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Or something like that.

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3 Responses to Book Learnin

  1. ScottMcW says:

    That is excellellent!

  2. Danielle says:

    What? The board of education made a mistake? Impossible! Everyone who works for the board of Ed. is a genius!

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