Seek To Offer New Filter That Only Shows Jobs That Unskilled White People Are Prepared To Do — The Betoota Advocate

Seek To Offer New Filter That Only Shows Jobs That Unskilled White People Are Prepared To Do — The Betoota Advocate

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The national jobs classified Seek is hoping to give some clarity to the labour shortage crisis affecting every sector of the economy by adding a filter that only shows jobs that white people are prepared to.

Jobs like disability support work, roles in aged care, many transports and logistics jobs and countless others are occupations that many unskilled white Australian in capital cities feel they’re above.

With the new filter, only fun jobs will show up.

One worker who used a similar filter has been in touch with The Advocate today and even had time for a 40-minute phon ecall in the middle of the day.

Darcy Maypole has found work at the ABC, where he does something with a computer and often gets to see people from the television around the office.

“I work in social media at the ABC,” he told our reporter.

“Yesterday, I saw Paul Barry in the lift eating a rockmelon like you would an apple. So cool. The juice running down his chin. Dripping on the floor. He didn’t even take off his sunglasses,”

“What does my job involve? Oh, I get given like some links from people who put the stuff on the website and I put that link into Facebook and come up with a witty caption then schedule it up. Fridays can be frantic because we’re trying to do the whole weekend. That’s when you know you’re earning $126 750 a year! Plus super.”

The 38-year-old has no formal qualifications in social media and was able to land the role with the help of his new manager, who went to high school with his mother.

Representatives from Seek were approached for comment but have yet to receive a reply.

More to come.

Author: Stephen Bailey