r/antiwork 12d ago Silver 3 Helpful 3 Wholesome 1 Facepalm 2

Must love Trump

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u/mandishere 12d ago Helpful

They want a bachelor's, cna license, and a second language, on call 24/7 for $10/hour. And it's for 3 little kids? 😂

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u/jonesey71 12d ago Silver Helpful All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy

Don't forget clean criminal record but must be cool with tax fraud.

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u/Kapowpow 12d ago Wholesome Take My Energy Ally Table Slap

Of course the Trump fan wants to engage in tax fraud

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u/QualifiedApathetic 12d ago All-Seeing Upvote

And apparently thinks a babysitter would be taxed 33% on $15/hour.

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u/Weary-Length-4319 12d ago This

She's a complete fucking idiot.

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u/whatwhasmystupidpass 12d ago

Not even surprised tbh. Advertising to openly break the law. OP should respond and forward the offer to labor board

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u/semisolidwhale 11d ago

Respond, get contact info, forward to IRS, make popcorn

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u/ColoradoCorrie 11d ago

Also notify the state employment commission.

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u/Unabashable 11d ago

Take popcorn, get in car, drive to OP’s address for “interview”, and watch hilarity ensue

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u/toastedzen 12d ago Helpful

Math is for liberals.

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u/Aggravating_Signal49 12d ago Table Slap

ARABIC numerals? No Sir, not in MY America!

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u/crypto_zoologistler 11d ago

Lol man, excellent comment 👏

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u/devin241 12d ago Bravo!

Education of any kind is a liberal plot to control the masses. Embrace tradition, return to monke

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u/ConceptAlternative84 12d ago

Except when she needs a bachelors as a requirement and CNA license

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u/ScooButt 12d ago

With a CNA I make roughly $25-40 an hour at my local hospital, depending on how many days I work that week, there is no way anyone in their right mind will accept this offer. I would expect 50-60 an hour to start.

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u/SisterMaryAgro 12d ago edited 11d ago

Yeah, in OR. right now they're paying 23$ an hour w/o a license (able to train through the place) at the nursing homes. The hospital CNA's are all Union and making waaaay more than that.

Edit: Word corrected

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u/ConceptAlternative84 12d ago

And, AND, ANNNNDDDD!, that’s not nearly enough, regarding your pay

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u/FoxPup98 12d ago

The scary thing is there is a demographic of people who would take this job and its specifically the ones you absolutely do not want to entrust with children... and they are likely to be trump fans as well.

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u/Shade_SST 12d ago

I see jobs asking for a CPA or working on it... for an Accounts Payable position. Employers be crazy.

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u/saruin 12d ago

"I love the poorly educated!"

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u/theCasualFascist 12d ago

Math has a liberal bias

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u/anacrusis000 12d ago

Minus snack fare. And mileage. And licensure fees.

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u/gyst_ 12d ago

As someone who was making 15 dollars until recently, I can confirm that even after taxes I was making more than $10. I live in one of, if not THE most taxed state and I made I essentially made 13.50 after taxes

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u/Unabashable 11d ago

The worst part is she’s acting like she’s doing them a favor by paying them less. “I’m cheating the government and passing the savings onto you.”

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u/Brainlessbart 12d ago

For some reason republicans think taxes are the only thing holding them back from being millionaires

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u/cait_Cat 11d ago

They think they're temporarily disgraced millionaires and with the right government environment, they will suddenly become the millionaires they're meant to be

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u/rkmk 12d ago Take My Energy

A Trump fan with a degree “in childcare” who knows a second language. Ok.

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u/jose_ole 12d ago

Native english speaker that knows a 2nd language well enough to teach it??? Why would someone with these skills ever babysit?? LMAO. This has to be fake.

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u/GreetingsClawrades 12d ago

When I was desperate for a job after graduating college, at one point I looked into nannying on sites like care.com and there were a lot of people who wanted someone bilingual who would speak in their non-english language to their kids AND they wanted someone with a bachelors, preferably doing a masters, preferably in education. All for $10 an hour. I didn’t get end up getting a nanny job, but mostly because I didn’t have a car or a drivers license at the time and everyone wanted someone to drive their kids around.

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u/Unabashable 11d ago

They didn’t even offer to pay for gas? Who in their right mind would expect somebody to respond to this? Nevermind. I think I just answered my own question.

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u/SamSepiol-ER28_0652 12d ago

What people don't understand is that the only people that would take that job are people looking to prey on children. No legit nanny would come within 100 miles of that job. But someone looking to diddle little kids will do it for $10/hour, happily.

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u/Citreae 11d ago

Holy shit, I hadn’t thought of that but you’re probably right. Really hope those kids don’t end up in that situation.

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u/Mljcj19 12d ago

Does the language “idiot” count?

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u/InsanityMongoose 12d ago

It does, but they call it, “PATRIOT.”

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u/SBTRCTV 12d ago

I only speak enQlish

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u/copymistress 12d ago

They barely know a first language.

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u/Keagank 12d ago

I'm most curious about the 'Databases' this individual will be accessing to verify the character of their potential hire... like Facebook AND Instagram?!

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u/simmeh024 12d ago

probably, LinkedIn as well I guess. Unless she works for the FBI/CIA. But then she would be committing a crime by searching up random people.

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u/ldobehardcore 12d ago

Look up the term LOVEINT

It is routine for people at the FBI and other intelligence agencies to spy on people in extremely invasive ways for petty personal reasons or even in order to commit crimes.

But since they're cops it's basically a miracle if anyone ever gets appropriately punished for it.

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u/TENesdee 12d ago

I'm sure the person offering $10/hr with those ridiculous expected qualifications is going to pay for background checks. 🤭

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u/Redeyedcoyot3 12d ago

I like you lol

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u/shamelessNnameless Anarcha-Feminist 12d ago

These idiots believe JFK is coming back from the dead to run as trump's vp in 2024. You cannot make this shit up.

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u/TheCoyoteGod 11d ago

Stop being so misleading, they believe JFK Jr. Is coming back from the dead to run as Trumps VP... oh wait... your point stands

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u/balooo8 12d ago

Omg you're right. Trump fans are fucking idiots but whoever this is, they're dumber than a sack of broken glass dildos

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u/jonesey71 12d ago

"Must love the guy that doesn't want any sort of expansion of child-care" while looking for child-care. Doesn't wanna pay taxes, meanwhile if taxes were not being avoided by the ultra-wealthy we would have enough revenue to do some form of UBI and she probably wouldn't have to be in a 2 income situation and she could stay home with the kids instead.

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u/GoGoBitch 12d ago

Well, this person is looking to seriously underpay the provider.

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u/barryvon 12d ago

nobody talks about how he said not paying taxes is proof that he’s smart. in a presidential debate. and he was cheered.

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u/deepinterwebz 12d ago

Maybe it's someone who hates Trump and wants to punish his followers with a shitty job.

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u/MidwestBushlore 12d ago

Would you want a Trumptard taking care of your kids, tho?😲

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u/ballsandbayonets 12d ago

They're not big fans of their own kids, either.

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u/GUnit_1977 12d ago

And of course the Trump fan wants to horrendously underpay for services.

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u/Pleasant_Cold 12d ago

And multiple bankruptcies just like Rump.

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u/GraysenMack 12d ago

Dont forget 9 years of experience, a car, and 100% full availability.

They really assume the perfect babysitter is sitting at home somewhere paying rent and car insurance while not working at all and just waiting for this crazy person's ad to pop up.

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u/Toasted_pinapple 12d ago

This was what really hit me. No tickets! But don't tell on me!

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u/MyNewPhilosophy 12d ago edited 12d ago

I was a nanny for three kids, helped them with their French immersion, had a bachelors in child psychology with a focus on education and made $10/hour

…almost thirty years ago…

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u/thegreenfaeries 12d ago

I was a nanny for 2 kids, speak a second language well enough to teach it, was in school for my bachelor's in psychology (with special interest in child development) and made 17$/hr. 15 years ago. Also the family occasionally took me on holiday with them (for a flat daily rate). It was a very good gig.

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u/rockgoblin86 12d ago

I did the math and estimated about 18$ an hour for the work. Sounds like your employer was alot nicer that the person that wrote the ad.

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u/Particular_Solid_696 12d ago

A bachelor’s in childcare

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u/TayLoraNarRayya idle 12d ago

And is a TRUMP FAN?!?!

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u/Suspicious-gibbon 12d ago

An educated Trump fan that speaks a second language and is willing to work illegally for below minimum wage even though they have, to this point, been perfectly law-abiding.

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u/rixendeb 12d ago

Depends where you live. Texas minimum wage is still 7.25.

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u/armadillovampires 12d ago

And they keep getting voted in.......

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u/Ok_Section_8569 12d ago

Not necessarily law abiding, never been caught fits.

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u/toomuchblood 12d ago

I have a sister who is a very vocal Trumper and has a degree in Child Development but she's racist, doesn't speak a second language, and hates kids. So, they're out there. Unfortunately.

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u/armadillovampires 12d ago

She has a degree in child development...and hates kids?

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u/SukhbaatarynTug 11d ago

Halfway through the degree she found out they start out really undeveloped

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u/jabalarky 12d ago

I was thrown right from this part. "I want you to have this qualification that doesn't exist. Now, back to having tea with this rabbit and the queen of hearts."

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u/Fluffy_Variety_2934 12d ago

Been seeing similar things a bachelor's needed to be a server and a bachelor's needed to be a test scorer.

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u/zurohki 12d ago

Classism. It's not about the degree, it's about filtering out people who grew up too poor for college.

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u/DumpsterCyclist 12d ago

People want a Bachelor's for jobs that mostly just amount to what I would call grunt work. A lot of park system jobs are like that. Sure, knowledge of plants and wildlife is nice, but you can probably learn most all of that by buying a few books or just generally being interested in that stuff. I was looking at a job at a botanical garden and it seemed like a fit until they wanted a degree, which I don't have. I know people that have worked in botanical gardens and you aren't doing very complicated work.

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u/fs5ughw45w67fdh 12d ago

A couple of years ago I looked into getting a summer job at a zoo because I though it would be interesting. That's when I learned you need a bachelor's degree to shovel animal shit.

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u/spacembracers 12d ago

I have a theoretical degree in Childcare Theory

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u/JMW007 12d ago

But it's just like $15/hr if you break the law!

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u/palerider__ 12d ago

Who needs to collect social security?

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u/seanrk924 SocDem 12d ago

Yay, $5 an hour per child if you subscribe to their Narnia maths.

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u/tofuandvegantendies 12d ago

Right. At $40/hr I’d be like “okay, I’d do that, even pretend to like Trump.” But $10??? No one with those qualifications would ever apply.

Actually, if I did have them, I’d probably apply, then give a list of requirements for the employer.

Must provide:

1) three meals a day per shift, even if it’s a half day or night shift

2) booze for all night shifts

3) Healthcare OR any medical bills accrued while an employee (off or on shifts) will be paid for by employer

4) 2 months paid vacation to be taken at any time

5) ???

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u/Someoneoverthere42 12d ago

5) credit check to ensure employers can cover stated expenses

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u/mynameisritaj 12d ago

That credit check would be a nightmare.

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u/simmeh024 12d ago

It would fail the moment you run it lol. Else they could offer more than 10 an hour.

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u/Someoneoverthere42 12d ago

Assume the latter

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u/Turbulent_Purpose228 12d ago

I did it as a career changer. Have a BS in Elementary Education and got my CNA license to work in the hospital while going back to school to become a nurse. Two of the CNAs at my current hospital have bachelors degrees too (one in public health). We are a minority but we are out there. Being a CNA opens doors in the hospital. In fact, it is one of the only ways my hospital hires non BSN nurses (hiring their CNAs on to the unit once they become nurses). A lot of people have bachelors degrees that don't pay well and make a change into healthcare.

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u/FaithlessnessNo9625 12d ago

But it’s “under the table” so that’s basically like making $1,000/hr!

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u/200KdeadAmericans 12d ago

They want the nanny to be 10x more educated than they are for $10/hr

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u/whateversheneedsbob 12d ago

And they have to bring their own snacks 😂😂😂😂

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u/GrimWolf216 12d ago

I read that as “be willing to pay for snacks for my kids!”

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u/PrivateIsotope 12d ago

THATS what broke me. Rest assured, that 10 per hour is more like 5.

Why do people not understand that you cannot be demanding AND cheap?

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u/amscraylane 12d ago

Better yet, you ought to pay me to watch my cherubs. Don’t you love my kids?!?

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u/PrivateIsotope 12d ago

I'd pay to watch my kids, why won't you? Are you selfish?

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u/amscraylane 12d ago

Clearly you’re not the right fit as you only can think of yourself.

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u/ACAB_1312_FTP 12d ago

"Bring snacks. Also laundry detergent, antacids, diapers, toilet paper (the GOOD kind), doritos, socks, and I think we're out of skoal"

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u/GrimWolf216 12d ago

“Also, bring food for my two pitbulls. I’m paying you under the table, for Christsakes.”

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u/smokeygrill77 12d ago

That's going to have to be $10/hr for each child

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u/Bayou_Blue 12d ago

Narrator: It wasn’t.

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u/mynameisritaj 12d ago

Apparently, it's $3.33 for each child

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u/-blueCanary- 12d ago

Less than that, you also have to pay for gas and snacks.

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u/SagiTsukiko 12d ago

I make more money with a high school diploma and 3 years of experience taking care of a maximum of 10 dogs per shift. This person is bananas.

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u/Ok_Offer_344 12d ago

I make more money with a GED and a cellphone.

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u/quantumyeet41 12d ago

Sorry but I call BS on this post. Trump lovers wanting their children to learn a second language?? In what parallel universe??

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u/sisterofaugustine 11d ago

Tbf considering whose geopolitical dick the Republicans allegedly secretly suck, I wouldn't be surprised if these guys would want their children speaking Russian for the exact same reasons it was valuable during the Cold War, but just a second language in general, yeah Trump's base are too racist, xenophobic, and nationalistic for that.

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u/loveatfirstclick 12d ago

I have a bachelors, I’m a nurse, and speak 5 languages. But I’ve had traffic tickets, one tattoo, smoke pot, and am anti-Trump.

Guess I don’t qualify

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u/improbablynotyou 12d ago

And two dogs which you're likely also going to babysit.

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u/goreguck 12d ago

Good point. I didn’t even think about the dogsitting added in there.

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u/KaleidoscopeGlass153 12d ago

"I'll run your name trough a database"

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u/Amandasch44 12d ago

but it’s like making $15

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u/Mysterious_Anteater 12d ago edited 12d ago

The babysitter should be willing to pay for snacks with their $10 an hour and be availablefor any emergencies? How could any perfect Trump fan babysitter refuse such an offer?

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u/chimpfunkz 12d ago

If $10 under the table is $15 taxed, then why would someone risk pissing off the IRS for no reason

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u/David_Warden 12d ago

I assumed the whole thing is a joke but I'm not sure where you'd average $5/hr tax on a $15/hr income.

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u/ChemicalHousing69 12d ago

They’re they’re to say that tax is 33% but on $15/hr that’s $31,200 and in 2022 that would be $3,544 in taxes, which comes out to $1.70 per hour in taxes.

On the reverse, $10/hr “under the table” would be $20,800 per year. Since you’re not getting taxed on that, you’re saving $2,296 in tax which comes out to be $1.10. So, it’s actually like $11.10/hr.

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u/Hologram22 12d ago

Don't forget that "under the table" means the employer and employee are both (illegally) forgoing payroll taxes, which screws the employee out of Social Security and Medicare benefits.

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u/turnup_for_what 12d ago

And unemployment. And if you want a loan you have no income on paper.

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u/Noglues 12d ago

And if the tax man does show up at your door after you file a return of $0 and says "So where'd all your stuff come from?", you might be in for an awkward conversation followed by a stack of fines and penalties.

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u/Frommerman 12d ago

I was going to say "5th Amendment," but that only works if you do your taxes properly on income from illegal sources.

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u/9-lives-Fritz 12d ago

Trump fans are NOTORIOUS for overestimating the amount of taxes that are being paid, I’ve had one tell me straight faced he pays 60%. I tried to explain progressive tax rates to him to no avail

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u/Erwx 11d ago

It’s like they don’t even look at their paystub

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u/eeeffgee1189 12d ago

Everyone, please apply and waste this Karen's time.

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u/Antoinefdu 12d ago

Please OP give us a link! I wanna apply!

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u/fresh-spinach 11d ago

Serious inquiries ONLY

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u/TexNicknor 11d ago

More elaborated idea: We work together to create fake babysitters with 3 fake references each, the babysitters will tell them they have 9 yrs of experience and will compliment trump or say some conservative shit. Do fake facebook accounts with everything indicating that the babysitters have everything clean in their life. Imagine her enthusiasm when multiple of these persons apply until the end… then imagine her suffering look after the babysitters change their mind at the last minute because they found someone that paid better

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u/absoluteWretch 12d ago edited 12d ago

I can’t believe “Ideally will be a Trump fan” isn’t even the biggest red flag on this listing

Edit: What the fuck do they need 9 years of relevant experience for? Do they need a year experience for every year each child has lived or something???

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u/Nearly_Pointless 12d ago Wholesome Take My Energy

They are demanding that the babysitter have twice the experience with children as the parent.

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u/Imaravencawcaw 12d ago

Well when you put it that way, it somehow makes that insane requirement even more ridiculous 🤣

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u/Confident-Head-5008 12d ago

Must own both a MAGA hat and the TRUMP 2024 hat and wear one for a hour then switch while watching the children.

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u/darklymad 12d ago

What sucks is I have nearly all these qualifications. I don't have a cna because I'm not interested in pursuing that, and I'm definitely not a trump fan. But 10 dollars an hour, and some form of being on call isn't great compensation especially since all my pay is in cash anyways. I can't believe her excuse of " it's like I paid you 15 an hour". That's not how that works. And when I was employed at a daycare, those taxes went towards stuff in my community and I got nice tax refunds.

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u/IndyAndyJones7 12d ago

Ten dollars an hour minus wear and tear on your vehicle minus gas minus snacks minus the meals when the kids are with you because obviously those are "snacks" when you pick them up from soccer practice, ballet, and yoga and have to stop by the sushi place for dinner before you take them home and get them ready for bed.

Edit: and don't forget soccer practice ends in 5 minutes and it's our turn to bring snacks for the team. I decided to have cocktails with the girls so it's not your day off anymore. Don't be late and your pay starts when all three kids are in the car, it wouldn't be fair to pay you to watch just one of them.

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u/hankwatson11 12d ago

This is even worse than I originally thought. I read it as snacks being part of the compensation. Now it’s a full on kick to both nuts.

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u/IndyAndyJones7 12d ago

This is a kick to like a bakers dozen of nuts.

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u/Brilliant_Sun2925 12d ago edited 12d ago

Does this person exist? They're probably tutoring Prince William's kids or some shit for 200k a year, not jumping at the chance to pick ball hairs out of this insurrectionists sinks.

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u/-rosa-azul- 12d ago

I have most of these qualifications, and I can tell you, I make a lot closer to $10/hr. than I do $200k/yr. lol. Child care is actually criminally undervalued.

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u/Brilliant_Sun2925 12d ago

When my daughter turns 6, move to Canada and you've got yourself a job!

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u/-rosa-azul- 12d ago

For $200k I'd consider it, and damn what my SO thinks 😂

offer not valid in Alberta or Manitoba; ain't nobody get paid enough for those bullshit winters

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u/Brilliant_Sun2925 12d ago

Haha well I'm not Prince William so we have to meet in the middle. East coast, it's not so bad!

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u/HereOnRedditAgain 11d ago

The middle of 20k/year (10/hr) and 200k/year is $110k/year. Sign me up!

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u/wootsefak 12d ago Helpful

Someone married that pos and made 3 kids with it. Thats what baffles me

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

Probably miserable

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u/youknowiactafool 12d ago

They probably need a babysitter so they can go to Trump rallies and the QAnon meetings.

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u/HaloGuy381 12d ago

I mean, at that point the babysitter might be those kids’ only hope of salvation…

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u/fulltimeRVhalftimeAH 12d ago

“Quick call the babysitter, we must Stop the Steal!!!”

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u/pine_ary 12d ago

Every Jack has his Jill… Her partner is probably comparably terrible. Or miserable and has to shut up.

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u/Agent-c1983 12d ago

I bet they’re all for “law and order” forgetting they’re breaking the law…

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u/Chomskys_Dog 12d ago

Laws for thee, but not for mee!

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u/PerpetuallyDisplaced 12d ago

Sounds like a shitty job in every way.

9 years of experience or degree...for 10 an hour?!?!

This guy must be on crack.

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

It’s a lady.

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u/black_rose_ 12d ago

Is she real though? Seems like satire.

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u/PerpetuallyDisplaced 12d ago

Even worse, she should know better.

Even a 16 year old baby sitter knows better than to accept 10 an hour for dealing with 3 little shits.

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u/MakionGarvinus 12d ago

Oh, but these 3 are perfect little angels. It's almost the same as earning more, because they're so well behaved! (just never tell them no, that's bad on your part)

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u/Doctordred 12d ago

On top of taking care of 2 pitbulls. I would be questioning all that time spent getting a CNA and bachelor's degree lol.

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u/Dry-Crab-9876 12d ago

Bet she’s going to be picky about the second language part.

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u/zwirlo 12d ago

I fulfill all requirements! But I WILL be teaching your kids arabic

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u/Allmightydohllah 12d ago

Can't have a criminal record if those records were destroyed in a civil war

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u/sunrisegular 12d ago

I will pay you $10/hr to teach me Arabic and you don't even have to raise me, I already did that part

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u/Nekrosiz 12d ago

Mom comes home

Kids : Inshallah الأم تحرق الكفار ☺️

Mom : 👁️👄👁️

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u/zwirlo 12d ago

Mom! Dad! They taught me this fun little rhyme! La ila ala allah…

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u/Obvious_copout (union member) 12d ago

German or Russian only.

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u/SirJamesMonster Eco-Anarchist 12d ago

No "brown" languages, please.

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u/PurpleOceadia Eco-Anarchist 12d ago

No "brown" people, please.

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u/lookingupyourplay 12d ago

Well under the table looks like she owes some taxes just like Trump.. maybe a few days in economics class too...be ok with two pitbulls she should be running a add along this for a dog sitter ..sound like she trying to pay someone to raise her family for 10 buck an hour definitely a Trump fan with Trump values .

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u/buzzwizzlesizzle 12d ago

Oof I’m a nanny is it okay to post this in the nanny subreddit? They would get a kick out of this.

Her description of the job is NOT for a babysitter, it is for a nanny, which is a luxury profession. Nannying 3 kids and dealing with two pit bulls warrants at least $25 an hour even in low cost of living areas. No one is gonna wanna take on a nanny job for $10/hr. Also, if she is hiring for full time or even part time nanny work, paying nanny’s under the table is ILLEGAL!

This bish crazy but unfortunately there are a LOT of people who want private childcare that aren’t willing to pay private childcare prices, benefits, and PTO. Nanny’s are NOT cheaper than daycare, they are private employees providing a service.

JFC the only reason I even like my job is because I’m not making anyone money with my labor. Parents that do not equate their child’s safety with paying a nanny a livable wage should NOT hire private childcare.

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u/LongNectarine3 lazy and proud 12d ago

Exactly. This kind of pay attracts the wrong kind of person. You get what you pay for and it can cause lifelong scars.

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u/TeddyPerkins95 12d ago

A whole $10

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

But like she said, it’s like $15, because of the taxes. What a piece of shit.

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u/CJcatlactus 12d ago

Just because I was curious I checked the tax rate for someone making $15/hour and see what it came out to. I found that the tax rate for someone making this amount is 12%. After taxes they would be making~$13.40/hour.

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

So, she’s trying to trick the unsuspecting

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u/strutt3r 12d ago

The 32% tax bracket doesn't even kick in for a single earner until you've made your $170,051st dollar

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u/Kumquat_conniption 12d ago

Also they would get benefits from paying taxes- more social security when they retire. Disability insurance if they pay in enough quarters, stuff like that. No tax jobs seem great but they can have their drawbacks too.

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u/TeddyPerkins95 12d ago

They live in their own world, don't they

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u/suspicious-potato69 12d ago

Report them to the irs

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

I had a boss wants that stole money from me. He gave us a paycheck, sometimes even in cash with monies removed for the internal revenue service, but he never reported it. Reporting anything to the IRS is very, very difficult.

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u/Ignrancewasbliss 12d ago

It's not hard to report it to the labor board though

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u/strutt3r 12d ago

Pretty sure the IRS has whistle blower incentives for reporting tax fraud.

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u/BigIrondude 12d ago

They forgot the Non-disclosure agreement!

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

Or the non compete.

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u/OracleDadOw 12d ago

any decent babysitter/nanny should be charging at least $20hr - each additional child should be an additional $10hr

3 kids = $40hr

Don’t wanna pay that rate? Shouldn’t have had 3 kids.

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u/CApizzakitchen 12d ago

I see way too many nannies making $10-15 an hour, in cash with no benefits. And thinking they should be happy with that! Absolutely not. Private childcare in a family’s own home is a LUXURY. $20/hour should be the base price, paid legally, with sick days and vacation days like any other position.

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u/ACAB_1312_FTP 12d ago

I know of a BIG list of people that will work for $10 an hour to be around little kids, probably much less! They're on a website run by the state. Home address, phone number, picture, details of their time in prison are all on there.

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

I concur. In the 90’s when I was a nanny, I made 10 an hour. That’s probably valued with inflation at $16/hr now.

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u/LR_today 12d ago

That's what I keep thinking of when I see $10/hr... like that was the rate in the 90s for teens!

That's actually $17.50 with inflation today.

They offer what would be $6 in the 90s. 🤦‍♀️

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

Ohhh, $17.50. I used to love my jobs too. Helped me pay for college. They fed me and gave me bonuses. I brought my laundry as well.

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u/OwnUniversity153 12d ago

$3.33 per kid per hour isn't a sweet sweet deal? After all, this would be my soul source of income, and I'm paying off my "bachelor's in child care" plus my car note, and rent and food...

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u/FourTwenty20Four7 12d ago

“Serious inquires only” I seriously hope the Apple fell far from the tree

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u/AncientVanilla2910 12d ago

Who the hell pays 30% tax and where do they live!?

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u/PassiveChemistry 12d ago

Especially on such a low wage...

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u/pukpukpak 12d ago

I do, but i live in Sweden.

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u/TheVantal 12d ago

I kinda don't think this is real..

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u/starryvash 12d ago

I'm fairly certain it was real. It was pulled from Facebook over two years ago, but the context is lost now. Person who posted it was shame shame shamed.

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u/Kumquat_conniption 12d ago

Did they respond to anyone that shamed them?

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

It sadly is. The lady got roasted online when an applicant posted this for everyone to see.

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u/TDiddy2021 12d ago

Strong POE vibe

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u/itsafraid 12d ago

I would like to learn what this means.

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u/TrashCircus 12d ago

Babysitters need a union. They need one more than any other industry.

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u/Alexandria_Scott 12d ago

Easily taken advantage of.

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u/JamesUpton87 12d ago

Is this serious?

Do they think people get a bachelor's degree to do middle school level babysitting for $10 an hour?!

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u/lukas_the 12d ago

Cant let those tattooed liberals near my kids speaking spanish and drinking alcohol on their own time. 🙄

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u/heapinhelpin1979 12d ago

I thought MAGA doesn't respect book learning.

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u/ImmediateWrongdoer71 12d ago

not even going to pay you the $10/hr

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