‘Occupy Wall Street’ Is Creating Jobs…AstroTurf Jobs
Are you a late sleeper looking for work? The protests on Wall Street could be just the place for you to start a career. And no experience is needed, they are willing to train you!
The jobs are with the Working Families Party.
What is the Working Families Party? WFP is a New York-based, left leaning political party that had strong ties to ACORN and also receives substantial financial support from large unions like SEIU. The New York Times describes them this way;
The Working Families Party was formed in 1998 by a coalition of labor unions and community groups as a way of prodding Democratic candidates to pay more attention to the organizations’ needs.
And the WFP is also hiring people to work at the protests on Wall Street.
The following was taken from two different ads on Craigslist, the first one appeared on September 21st;
The next ad ran on September 26th;
(Yes, we realize that “DIFFERNENCE” should be spelled differently, the image above is a screen capture of the Craigslist help-wanted ad.)
Can this non-profit organization really be PAYING people to protest? Yes!
And you don’t even need experience – they are willing to train you, and it is a paid training program.
From the body of the ad;
- The only requirements are that you are enthusiastic and an energetic communicator with a passion for improving New York!
- We offer substantial paid-training provided by senior leadership on advocacy, public speaking, mobilizing, networking and organizing.
- We invest in passionate people with excellent communication skills and a full benefits package is offered to those candidates that qualify. In addition, there is opportunity for advancement and travel to our satellite chapters and out of state affiliates.
- Working hours are from 1 PM to 9 PM. Work environment is team-oriented, casual but professional.
The ad also states that pay is between $350-$650 per week.
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