We all dream to be successful in our careers and life. For most corporate climbers, the CEO’s chair is probably the most sought after seat.
We do our best and slave away at our jobs just to reach that seat one day. Sometimes, even at the cost of our health and social life.
However, it seems like for 2 hours a day, you can be a CEO in Singapore. A dish-washing CEO, that is!
A poster of the most misleading job vacancy recently went viral on Facebook. The handwritten poster was stuck onto a pillar at the Block 127 Toa Payoh Market and Food Center in Singapore.
UGGU Muffins, the shop which made the poster, offered SGD13 (RM40) per hour!!!
They’re looking for housewives and students who want to earn some extra income. The work hours are between 2.30PM to 4.30PM only for part-timers.
But they also have full-time positions available. Perhaps putting up such a funny poster was part of the advertising strategy?
Netizens on the other hand were brutal about this job vacancy. They made lots jokes about this poster and even came up with some very creative meanings behind the ‘CEO’.
Would you guys actually apply for a job advertised like this? It does seem nice to have ‘CEO’ on our resumes right? ROFL.
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