11 Entitled Employers You Definitely Want To Avoid

When you’re out searching for a new job, you have to consider several things. Hours, salary, commute, the scope of work – but most of us have to just have faith that the person who hires us isn’t going to turn out to be a complete jerk.

These 11 people definitely lost that gamble, though, because it didn’t take them long to realize they were working for totally entitled people who did not have their employees’ best interests at heart.

11. Talk about cheap.

I love that someone called him out.

Even professionals can be choosingbeggars
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10. That’s for an entire month’s work, my friends.

Whose expectations could that possibly meet?

“Please do not waste my time and apply if this salary does not meet your expectations.” WOW, JUST WOW!
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9. Can you say irony?

Do you think they even realize, or?

Oh the hypocrisy
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8. That’s worth way more than $800 a month.

Anyone with kids can tell you this for sure.

Choosing beggar

7. No obligations, except…

That’s a big except if you ask me.

“Who wants to paint my motorcycle for free and eat the cost of the paint?”
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6. Ten dollars an hour.

But you have to have a Bachelor’s Degree.

Paying less than minimum wage but REQUIRES years of experience FOH
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5. Just to clarify.

I have no idea what she’s even saying, I swear.

Please, no offers of something slightly less extraordinary
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4. If it was just before and after school…

That still might not even be enough.

This math here..
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3. Seems like a basic question.

Why is there no basic answer?

Local Subway had this posted on their door, I ask the manager what the starting pay is and he couldn’t give me a straight answer
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2. Two to three dollars an hour.

That seems like enough to pay someone to care for your child, right?

Less than $3 an hour, sign me up! She also posted several filtered only pics of her kid.
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1. You might as well just tell people they should be talking.

Because you’re definitely hiding something.

why do not we have freedom?
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Argh, you hate to hear these stories, right?

I’ve you’ve ever worked for a super entitled employer, tell us your best/worst story in the comments!