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What if women treated jobs like they treat marriages and other long-term relationships?

August 1, 2013
  • I'm not going to build my resume. The right company will come along in the fullness of time, probably when I least expect it.

  • I'm not going to look for a job, or read the ads. Companies should come and find me.

  • I'm not going to dress up or wear makeup for my interview... I want to work with people who appreciate me for who I am, not my looks.

  • Why should I have any job skills? Going out of my way to be useful to my employer sounds oppressive. It's more important to find a personality match, anyway.

  • No matter who or what I am, I am some company's ideal employee.

  • That last company I interviewed with had a problem with me having 27 jobs over the last 3 years. What a bunch of jerks. I want a company that values my varied work experience.

  • If this job doesn't work out, that's okay. I'll just quit and take them to Professional Court and get an order for them to keep paying my salary for the rest of my life.

  • I'm not going to get a job until I'm older. There will be plenty of time for career building after I've spent my twenties backpacking around Europe.

  • Established Fortune 500 companies that want to hire young workers are creepy. It's much more sane to work for a garage startup that does something cool.

  • I used to work a whole bunch of short-term temp jobs for minimum wage. But now I realize how foolish I was. I'm going to insist the next company hire me as a senior manager and pay me six figures.

  • How come everyone thinks that a company that hires thousands of new employees every year must just be rich, but an employee that works for a new company every month must not be able to hold a job? It's a double standard!

  • Companies should be impressed by my relationship skills, and want to hire me!

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Title What if women treated jobs like they treat marriages and other long-term relationships?
Author Whisper
Upvotes 93
Comments 18
Date August 1, 2013 5:53 PM UTC (8 years ago)
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