I guess boomers really are desperate to find people who are willing to work for them. This Linkedin post, which was reposted via this thread on Reddit’s r/antiwork subreddit by u/Etna_No_Pyroclast, just goes to show how out of touch employers are and how obvious their BS is.
This job posting may be riddled with millennial and Gen-Z language like “dank,” “dope,” and “vibes,” but what it doesn’t include is any legitimate detail about the company, the job, and of course, the pay. Do employers really think anyone in 2022 looking for work is going to fall for this? Young people don’t want “vibes” as much as they want fair pay and transparency. Sure, “vibes” are nice. “Vibes” are great. Nothing against “vibes.” But “vibes” do not pay rent and they do not assure me that I’m going to get health benefits, a sound company culture, and a strong work/life balance. “Vibes” are just “vibes.”
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