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Influencer Slammed Over Demanding Job Posting For Personal Assistant

Influencer Slammed Over Demanding Job Posting For Personal Assistant

An anonymous influencer has been slammed by the online community after posting a job ad with some rather demanding expectations.

The unnamed employer - who claims to have over 10 million followers - is currently seeking a personal assistant to help them out with a number of tasks ranging from producing content and managing social media, through to cooking, cleaning and chauffeuring.

Despite the initial contract being 'part time', the multi-tasking PA will be expected to be on property eight hours a day and on call 24/7, and they must keep their emotions buried at all times.

Those who are up for the job will be rewarded $25 to $30 (£19 to £23) an hour for their work, and could even transition to full time if they are 'properly qualified'.

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Per the original ad, which was uploaded on 29 July to entertainmentcareers.net: "The ideal candidate will be responsible for a large range of activities and projects which will assist this organization's leadership.

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Credit: entertainmentcareers.net

"In this position, you should feel comfortable planning/managing calendar activities, being on property around 8 hours a day, cleaning, cooking, communicating with producer/videographer/editor/manager/all stylists/cleaning services/other celebrities/friends."

The PA is also expected to research and prepare for all pre-production, production and post production activities, handling all personal tasks for the Los Angeles-based YouTuber.

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Describing the desired characteristics of this maid-cum-PA-cum-producer, the ad says the employee 'must be able to remain calm, rational, and hardworking at all times' and that they 'must keep all emotion/private life matters completely away from this world'.

The post goes on to say: "You must be able to be the bad guy, remove emotion, handle intense conversations, and bounce back instantly from any mistakes without emotion.

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And breathe.

If that weren't enough, below the description the influencer included a long list of tasks their employee will be expected to do.

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Credit: entertainmentcareers.net

This ranges from the significant - social media management, managing communications and planning filming, editing and posting - through to the menial, such as waking up the client with coffee and organising their bag.

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Unsurprisingly, a lot of people had a lot to say about the ambitious expectations of the unnamed influencer after New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz shared the listing on Twitter.

One user wrote: "It's the 'wake up client with schedule and coffee' that's killing me. You're also a f***ing butler lolol." Another added: "When I got to 25-30 an hour I burst out laughing."

A third commented: "This mentions being without emotion like five times - not a good sign."

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Topics: Viral, Influencer, US News

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Daisy Phillipson

Daisy is a UK-based freelance journalist with too many opinions. She loves everything film and music-related and has a track record writing for Little White Lies, BWRC, and Film Daily. Contact her at editorial@ladbiblegroup.com