Who wants a job?

We advertised for a new employee this week. 

OK, it was as a cleaner but I was surprised at the feedback. Half the applicants were over 60.

What's happening in our economy when that's the case? I thought people were desperate for work - and yet it seems those in supposed old age are the keenest to apply. 

Of course by itself it doesn't prove anything - and cleaning has always been odd work - but this surprised me. I sort of expected more young people desperate to do anything - and once with a foot in the door with a chance to impress. But I'm obviously wrong on that score. 

And I'm told it was one of the over 60s who got it.

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Flash Gordon's picture

But are you paying them market rate?

Flash Gordon | | Permalink

As in the same as all other employees plus large bonuses?! ;)

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