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News of the Duh

3:00 PM -- Shocking -- shocking! -- news from Reuters:

    More than four out of five U.S. workers do not have their dream jobs, which most people describe as work that is fun, according to a survey released on Thursday.
The story gets even funnier from there...

    Salary was one of the least important requirements of a dream job, cited by just 12 percent of respondents in the survey by CareerBuilder.com, an online job site, and The Walt Disney Co, which is holding a contest in which winners can get a chance to work at a Disney theme park job for a day.
Woohoo! Talk about a Dream Job! Following Goofy around with a pooper scooper. Where do I sign up?

— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

sfwriter 12/5/2012 | 3:15:52 PM
re: News of the Duh "Salary was one of the least important requirements of a dream job"

Salary may be one of the least important requirements of a dream job, but apparently a higher salary equates to better sex, especially for women:

http://blogs.wsj.com/wealth/20...
Duh! 12/5/2012 | 3:15:52 PM
re: News of the Duh You rang?
sfwriter 12/5/2012 | 3:15:49 PM
re: News of the Duh "I've certainly found that to be true, but it should be noted that good sex can also lead to higher salary."

So, you've slept your way to the top?
Larry, Monkey 12/5/2012 | 3:15:49 PM
re: News of the Duh I've certainly found that to be true, but it should be noted that good sex can also lead to higher salary.
CoolLightGeek 12/5/2012 | 3:15:48 PM
re: News of the Duh "The survey polled nearly 600 men and women with net worths of more than $30 million and a mean net worth of $89 million. While not scientific, the survey is large for such a wealthy group and offers a rare glimpse of the sex lives of todayGÇÖs rich. The survey polled men and women who were the financial GÇ£principals,GÇ¥ meaning they were the primary decision makers in their households. "

An enterprising "Wealth Consultant" found a new way to troll for a list of names, emails and phone numbers by doing a totally bogus survey.

The survey itself has no basis of comparision for those over $30 million to the general population.
The only means of comparision within the survey would be to compare those over $89 million to those with a pauperly $30 million.

The "Reuters" link is broken, but the Disney contest is up on carreerbuilders.com:
http://www.careerbuilder.com/d...

Aargh! Ye vast, me parley a voyage to magic kingdom at request of da crown.

I can't wait to see Larry Monkey's video attempting to be "Princess in Waiting".


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