Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Sorry Ajilon Staffing... Had to post this..

Document Review Attorney - Philadelphia, PA

"We currently seeking licensed attorneys with Russian fluancy for a short term document review project. This positoin can be worked out of either the Philadelphia or DC offices of an well known international law firm. Hourly rate will be determind by expeireince and will be competative with market rates. Qualified candidates should email theirr resume in MS Word format."

No, I didn't make this up. You can't make crap like this up. They require that you speak Russian fluently. They require that you be a licensed attorney. Meanwhile, they don't even require that their own employees possess the ability to type in English and spell correctly, or, heaven forbid, use spell check. The person who wrote that ad is either lazy or doesn't spell well enough to complete that task or both. God bless whomever it is, but to the millions of "overqualified" unemployed Americans, the thought that the writer of that ad has a job probably doesn't sit to well.

1 comment:

  1. Astounding! So many errors in such a short entry. Too bad so many of us are overqualified (and under-skilled) to perform such tasks.