Aug 02, 2020
Job ad by influencer goes viral for crazy demands asking for a PA to cook, clean, be available 24/7 & NEVER show emotion
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A POPULAR YouTuber with over 10 million followers is looking for a personal assistant to help behind the scenes - but the job advert has since gone viral for it's ridiculous list of demands.
The LA-based influencer - who is currently unknown - insists that the successful candidate not only help out with social media related work but must be able to cook, clean, be available around the clock and NEVER show emotion.7People are talking about the influencer's ridiculous job adCredit: Getty Images - Getty
The advert was originally posted on EntertainmentCareers.net and promises $25 to $30 (£19- £22) an hour for the 'part-time' job which requires the new assistant to be on-site eight hours a day and on-call 24/7 - sounds more like full-time work to us.
If, and when, the successful candidate shows they are 'properly qualified', only then will the role bump up to full-time, but they must show they're not 'driven by fame' and must 'remain quiet at all times'.
If you thought it couldn't get any worse, it does, as the 'well known celebrity/influencer with 10+ million followers' also demands that the assistant live no more than 60 minutes away, have a car and be 'able to drive client anywhere at any time,' 'take ownership on each project,' and have 'minimal days off - yikes.
Part of the listing reads: "You must keep all emotion/private life matters completely away from this world. You will deal with lots of incredibly private matters.7The job advert has gone viral onlineCredit: Twitter 7The list of demands is massiveCredit: Twitter
And continues: "You must be able to be the bad guy, remove emotion, handle intense conversations, and bounce back instantly from any mistakes without emotion.
"You must remain sober yet social and inviting in very high profile environments. You can not take photos, post to social media, or be/seem driven by fame. Once the COVID-19 pandemic is over you must be willing to travel anywhere at any time."
Unsurprisingly the bizarre job listing has sparked fury online after doing the rounds on Twitter - but it's also left many completely bemused by the extensive and unreasonable list of tasks.7Credit: Twitter 7Credit: Twitter 7Credit: Twitter 7Twitter users were baffled by the unreasonable requestsCredit: Twitter
"It's the "wake up client with schedule and coffee" that's killing me. you're also a f***ing butler lolol," replied one person.
While another said: "When I got to 25-30 an hour I burst out laughing," with the amount being far less than the minimum wage in LA.
And a third wrote: "HUNDREDS of small tasks at once lmaoooo,"
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