This Sexist Job Listing Actually Appeared On LinkedIn

Attention, working women: The 1950s have returned&nbsp– a minimum of within the description of 1 LinkedIn job listing.&nbsp

The publish, advertising a dent for any&nbspContent Writer & SEO Specialist for custom design advantages company Vistra Inet, listed skills one may think could be needed for this type of position: “Writing talent,” “Computer understanding,” “Understanding of social networking,Inch “Superior business abilities,” “Capability to work individually as well as in coordination having a team,” etc.

But at the end from the publish, there is one curious sentence: “Please be aware that the positioning requires filling out the required a receptionist, so female candidates are preferred.” (Visit a screenshot from the publish, that has since been removed, below, as tweeted by Business Insider’s Caroline Moss.)

For many silly reason we assumed skills didn’t have gender, which in 2015 companies would understand that! Guess it had been just unrealistic.

Possibly Vistra Inet requires a indication that both women and men could be receptionists — or doctors or therapists or lawyers or hairstylists or other things.

The Huffington Publish has arrived at to Vistra Inet for comment.

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