Go home, job posting, you’re drunk! Posted on March 9, 2013 by hopemccain 21 There are no words. AdvertisementSpread the word:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Seems like “fauclty” proofreading!
I lived in Caldwell, for a short while, but I never heard of College of Western Idaho. Albertson College, Boise State, (I hope I got the names right!) and something else, but not that one.
Their salary range is impressive, too. No driver’s license required makes sense: Where would you go driving, inside your classroom? 🙂
In regards to the salary range; I’m curious to find out what experience is required in order to earn that extra dollar.
me too! I mean, that’s 100 cents of negotiation room…
If you have the not-required driver’s license, then you get the dollar? 🙂
As egregious as the misspelling of “faculty” is from a supposed place of higher education, I’ll admit that my first thought too was how to get that extra dollar!
College of Western Idaho is a community college. It’s been around for a few years now. On a somewhat unrelated note, Albertson College had a name change and is now known as The College of Idaho. The college situation here in Idaho seems to change as often as I change my socks. Then again, what else can you expect when these schools are looking for new “fauclty” members?
I applied for a position as a copy editor at a marketing firm a while back. After six weeks of back-and-forth; the guy writes me back with a generic thanks-but-no-thanks, and then spells the name of his company wrong.
Had you gotten the job, you would likely have been very busy, correcting their spelling! Not exactly the kind of job security one finds enjoyable…
Again…there are no words…
This is embarrassing, I am from Idaho.
Let’s bow our heads in shame together. 😦
Because I’ve been applying for so many different employment opportunities, I’ve seen my fair share of stupid typos. I just wind up shaking my head in disbelief.
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Apparently they were waiting for their editor… cuz y’know, English majors don’t know how to write.
Perhaps if you point out the typo they’ll bump your salary up to that extra $1
I am appalled at the spelling error, but not as much as the salary range. Seriously? A master’s degree for $40,0000?. Gosh, you can be a manager at McDonald’s and make that much! This world is a joke.
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I stumbled on your blog and thought it was amazing that there were two of us out there that love to exploit poor spelling and grammar in places where it is not acceptable to make such errors… but to discover that there are 2 of us in Idaho is, well, um. My mind is blown.
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