Thursday, July 23, 2009

Crappy job market

An Alert Reader sent in this story from the South China Morning Post:
SHANDONG - Five college graduates have won fiercely contested jobs as excrement collectors in Jinan, the Qilu Evening News reports. The five beat out 391 candidates, including one postgraduate and many university graduates. They passed a written test and had an interview. The job had previously been hard to fill, but in the tough job market, many people were attracted by the good benefits.
CONTEST: What questions were on the written test? Also, what might those “good benefits” be?

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