TikTok influencer posts brutally honest job requirements specifying they will have 'no life'
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TikTok influencers have floored the internet by announcing that they are on the hunt for a personal assistant who is prepared to have 'no personal life.'
The influencers posted the now-expired shocking job ad on Indeed, but despite the gruelling nature of the job, Gen Zs have apparently been applying in their droves.
Tyler Bray, 24, who manages the collective boy band the North Star Boys, told the New York Post: "It's a terrible job.
"But we've received tons of applications from Gen Zs all over the country."
The job, which will pay the successful candidate between $30,000 and $50,000 for working 12-hour shifts six days a week, will also come with a 10% bonus for any brand deals secured by the assistant.
The North Star Boys, who rose to fame in 2021, have a TikTok following of over 5.5 million.
"The majority of them are not concerned with [the salary]," Bray said of the applicants.
"Everybody just wants to experience the influencer lifestyle, but it's not all rainbows and daisies."
The now-expired job ad said that the right candidate will have to be willing to wear 'many hats', 'take the initiative', and on top of knowing a lot of about social media, be willing to carry out household errands like cleaning.
It then cited the many social media platforms that the assistant would be involved in running and listed the additional, more manual tasks at the bottom, which included cooking as well as cleaning for the collective.
The skill set required was extensive, but perhaps mercifully, the successful candidate does not need to be a Michelin-star chef.
But they will have to know a fair bit about footage and its production in order to work for the North Star Boys for a whopping 72 hours a week.
To put the hourly wage into context, prior to taxes, if the successful candidate is paid the lower end of $30,000 a year, they will make just $7.44 an hour.
As well as working such gruelling hours, the assistant will have to 'follow [them] around everywhere', including on the band's upcoming 28-day tour, although Bray said that they will get Sundays off work - with the exception of when the band are on tour.
Attempting to at least be upfront about what the job entails, Bray said: "This role is weird.
"I wanted to translate [the demands of the job] in the language of the listing in order to set the expectation upfront and let people know this won't be a cakewalk."
Presumably in a bid to make the job seem slightly more reasonable, Bray said the employee will have their meals and travel paid for. How generous.
"The assistant's travel and food costs will be covered," he said. "And I will make accommodations for them to spend the night at the content house if filming runs late."