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# 240542 13-Sep-2018 08:19
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Apparently Stuff.co.nz has an Auckland Millenial Issues reporter. WTF???? Is that even a real job or a made up title designed to appeal to whatever demographic feels like they need validation? What a joke.






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  # 2089691 13-Sep-2018 08:29
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I thought this was going to be an "Expecting Real News" thread. Oh well.


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  # 2089779 13-Sep-2018 10:08
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A lot of jobs are created for the sake of creating a job. 

 

Here's one for you

 

https://www.scoopwhoop.com/inothernews/weird-jobs-of-the-world/#.qfv91i0o9





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  # 2089797 13-Sep-2018 10:34
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The larger the number of people you have reporting to you, the more money you can demand to be paid.

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  # 2089924 13-Sep-2018 11:47

First issue to report:

How to convince the generation who have grown up with the internet, to purchase newspaper subscriptions. At the same time as that generation is looking to reduce costs due to rising housing expenses.






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  # 2089988 13-Sep-2018 13:09
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Batman:

 

A lot of jobs are created for the sake of creating a job. 

 

Here's one for you

 

https://www.scoopwhoop.com/inothernews/weird-jobs-of-the-world/#.qfv91i0o9

 

Well, I'm triggered for the day:

 

 

They need to relist the job for whoever put that toilet paper on the holder.





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  # 2089991 13-Sep-2018 13:14
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maoriboy:

 

Apparently Stuff.co.nz has an Auckland Millenial Issues reporter. WTF???? Is that even a real job or a made up title designed to appeal to whatever demographic feels like they need validation? What a joke.

 

 

An Auckland Millenial has agreed to write stuff in exchange for hoped-for attention and fame. Nothing to see here.

 

 


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