Category Archives: Creepy Photo Requirement

A Job To Die For

Liz Lemon Book

This is one of those rare ads where the misspellings are so egregious, the grammar so profoundly disturbed, the typos so prevalent, it feels almost like art. Things Smart People Avoid: Rabid animals Trader Joe’s parking lots Pyramid schemes The … Continue reading

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May You Live In Interesting Times

Thanks to Avoid This Job reader Jessica, we have new sadness to add to our The Kids Are Not Alright category: Let’s cut right to the chase here: WHAT IN THE HELL DOES “INTERESTING COMPENSATION” MEAN? Are you actually trying … Continue reading

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Wanted:spell Check,strunk,white.

The inappropriate capitalization and deeply claustrophobic punctuation of the subject line is a great way to start this job post, striking just the right note of ‘unprofessional, with a hint of crazy’.   1) When you say “not a strip … Continue reading

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Spider Sense

Spider Sense

Spiderman is a pretty lucky guy. Granted, maybe not so much the day he was bitten by a radioactive spider in a freak accident at a science exhibition. That probably kind of sucked (your lab has enough money for a … Continue reading

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Bringing New Meaning To The Phrase ‘Casting Couch’

Casting Couch

Thanks to our anonymous submitter for this job listing. What a fantastic opportunity for any young actor to combine reality-show fame-whoring with¬†actual¬†whoring! Highlights: While there are certainly sex workers who are also feminists, you appear to be using the two … Continue reading

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