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25 bizarre job postings people have come across that are totally unrealistic and hilarious

If you are having a hard time finding a job these days, fret not. Take a look at these 25 reckless job postings that will immediately cheer you up.

25 bizarre job postings people have come across that are totally unrealistic and hilarious
Cover Image Source: (L) Reddit | u/Direct-Ad-2236 (R) Reddit | u/Stardate2017

With the economy's current situation, everyone knows that acquiring a job is no piece of cake. One requires umpteen skills and expertise to get an edge in the competitive world. Along with skills, recruiters are on the hunt for experience as well. However, the management takes one step ahead to try and find other perks while recruiting. Networking, additional skills, certifications, personality and so much more are taken into consideration before one can even get to the interview stage. The recruitment process is exhausting and candidates are expected to bring more than their A-game into the picture.

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Cottonbro Studio
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Cottonbro Studio

However, certain companies stretch things far ahead. In the quest to find an ideal candidate, they set the bar hilariously high that it becomes nothing more than corporate humor. Job vacancies put requirements and descriptions that are either senseless or inhuman, leaving candidates with no chance and just a dose of laughter. The internet has been sharing these bizarre applications to ease the pain and awkwardness of candidates and let them know that they're not alone. Here are 25 hysterical job posts that will tickle your funny bone.

1. When the interviewer hasn't done their research 



 

2. Looks like they could use some 'experience' in preparing job posts!

Image Source: Reddit/u/stardate2017
Image Source: Reddit/u/stardate2017

 3. Now that's an unrealistic expectation to have 



 

4. When you set yourself up for mandatory rejection



 

5. What in the corporate world is this? 

Image Source: Reddit/u/pretzelman97
Image Source: Reddit/u/pretzelman97

6. HR recruitment gone wrong 



 

7. When corporates are running on a delusional timeline 



 

8. Now something isn't right here

Image Source: Reddit/u/bloodbag
Image Source: Reddit/u/bloodbag

9. Someone explain 'Entry-level' 



 

10. Seems like they're out to get them young



 

11. When you see this, run 

Image Source: Reddit/u/popsicle_tart
Image Source: Reddit/u/popsicle_tart

12. Who are you kidding?



 

13. Ain't that the truth



 

14. When the company wants literally everything 



 

15. What a lie, what a lie, what a lie

Image Source: Reddit/u/AdultSpuervisionReqd
Image Source: Reddit/u/AdultSpuervisionReqd

16. Charity, is it?

Image Source: Reddit/u/Yudereepkb
Image Source: Reddit/u/Yudereepkb

17. Seems like they don't really want applicants at all

Image Source: Reddit/u/notlorraine
Image Source: Reddit/u/notlorraine

18. "This is a director-level job"

Image Source: Reddit/u/Queen_of_Words
Image Source: Reddit/u/Queen_of_Words

19. May as well get robots



 

20. Ridiculously bizarre



 

21. "What in the world is a first-generation professional?'

Image Source: Reddit/u/PretentiousPoundCake
Image Source: Reddit/u/PretentiousPoundCake

22. Something's not right

Image Source: Reddit/u/fdrobidoux
Image Source: Reddit/u/fdrobidoux

23. Now that's unusual

Image Source: Reddit/u/Direct-Ad-2236
Image Source: Reddit/u/Direct-Ad-2236

24. Wait...what?!

Image Source: Reddit/u/ddh85
Image Source: Reddit/u/ddh85

25. What were they thinking?

Image Source: Reddit/u/Confident-Seesaw
Image Source: Reddit/u/Confident-Seesaw

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