The unbelievable inquiry for part-time help was posted to Indeed earlier this week, in a request that has reportedly since been mocked on social media.
According to news agency South West News Service (SWNS), an anonymous, “concerned” parent is seeking someone to help cook and clean at their daughter’s “lovely” apartment while the young woman, a first-year law undergraduate at the University of Leeds in West Yorkshire, focuses on her “very intense” academic pursuits.
“She has a driver who can pick up the groceries and drive her around but someone to ensure she eats well and lives without the stress of laundry, cleaning as her study schedule is very intense,” the listing reads. “This applicant does not need to be a gourmet chef, simply someone who can ensure my daughter eats three healthy meals a day and the fridge is always full of healthy snacks, juice, etc.”
“She is Canadian and she needs someone to cook and clean for her and lives in a two-bedroom apartment in Leeds City Centre with a full kitchen and it’s a lovely apartment,” it continued.
The family is also (hilariously) looking for someone with at least one year of babysitting experience for the part-time position.
The posting was mercilessly mocked on Twitter in recent days, with one commenter declaring that “rich people are actually mental.”
“Meanwhile half her classmates will be working two jobs to survive,” another argued, according to SWNS.
“Seriously?! If she can’t look after herself as a student how the hell is she going to manage in the real world practicing law [?]” one commenter exclaimed, per the outlet. “I wouldn’t want her representing me!”
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