No college credit, either.
Why does it feel as though the Wu-Tang Clan’s latest escapades are all about satirizing the Internet’s toxic effect on the music industry? First there was the one-of-a-kind new album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin—asking price $5 million—that at least one man wants to buy and destroy. Now it’s a Craigslist job posting for an unpaid social media manager position.
Behold, the list of qualifications for repping the Wu online:
Wu-Tang Management is currently looking for people that are versed in social media networking and also up on the newest social networking trends. We are looking for individuals that are able to set appointed times thorough [sic] the day to do social media updates and stay consistent with posts. The perfect candidate would be someone that is available for various events to document footage and pictures on all social media outlets i.e facebook, twitter, instagram, etc.
What we are looking for:
Excellent written communication skills, with ability to communicate with diverse audiences
Interest in the music/entertainment industry
Experience with social networking (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Ning, Blogspot, etc.)
Well organized with attention to detail and ability to carry out tasks independently
Ability to meet deadlines
Before you get excited, you should know that the position is based in New Jersey. But, hailing from the armpit state myself, I couldn’t resist the chance to be SEO janitor for the 36 chambers. We’ll update if—or, realistically, when—my lazy, résumé-less application lands me the job.
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