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2009\04\20@053438 by cdb

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ECL Electronics in NZ are advertising for a Technician, apparently
they install and maintain POS systems.

They are offering between ...wait for it.... $0 - $20/hr.

Are they hoping someone might go " ooh ooh, pay me 25c an hour please,
and make it snappy " ?

Colin

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2009\04\20@093320 by Tony Smith

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> ECL Electronics in NZ are advertising for a Technician, apparently
> they install and maintain POS systems.
>
> They are offering between ...wait for it.... $0 - $20/hr.
>
> Are they hoping someone might go " ooh ooh, pay me 25c an hour please,
> and make it snappy " ?
>
> Colin


Ah, haven't seen that for a while, employment in a buyers market.  There
must be a recession happening or some such.

You all have enough experience & qualifications, so the lowest bidder gets
the job.

Tony

2009\04\20@121027 by Bob Blick

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On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 19:34:30 +1000, "cdb" <spam_OUTcolinTakeThisOuTspambtech-online.co.uk>
said:
> ECL Electronics in NZ are advertising for a Technician, apparently
> they install and maintain POS systems.
>
> They are offering between ...wait for it.... $0 - $20/hr.
>
> Are they hoping someone might go " ooh ooh, pay me 25c an hour please,
> and make it snappy " ?

Installing spyware or keyloggers on these systems could pay dividends,
so $0/hr might be fine for some candidates.

Cheers,

Bob

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2009\04\23@100541 by Peter

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cdb <colin <at> btech-online.co.uk> writes:
> They are offering between ...wait for it.... $0 - $20/hr.

Do not underestimate the stupidity of spreadsheet-based boilerplate 'jobs
wanted' ad generators on relevant websites. They actually specify that kind of
'subdivision'. The next one is presumably $20 - $35 an hour. This correlates
with a certain yearly pay level. $0 usually means commission only (that's mostly
illegal everywhere because it makes the 'employee' a contractor who has to pay
his own social insurance and taxes - and it is totally illegal wherever a
minimum wage law exists).

Peter


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