Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Online Corporate Whore News Reports: Nelnet's In The Resume Writin' Biz!

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Online CW News writes, "ResumeEdge, a Nelnet company and leading online provider of resume writing services, today published a new resource, 'Five Ways to Capitalize on Your Skills.' The certified resume writers at ResumeEdge compiled tips to help job seekers differentiate themselves through resume writing and job interviewing."

So, they've screwed thousands and thousands and thousands of students in the loan sharkin' business, and are now diving into the resume writin' biz! (They also were recently sued and lost, but no matter . . . We'll let them get into this area of business as well as the financial literacy industry).

Nelnet knows that there is money to made off of millions of unemployed and desperate people who will shell out money for so-called 'resume experts.' These experts are more like leeches, sucking money out of people who don't have a chance at getting a job in a global economy that appears to be on the brink of collapse. The WSJ reported today that in May, the private sector added a whopping 38,000 new jobs. Yeah, so, unemployed people - it's your fault that you're jobless. That number clearly shows that there are plenty of jobs out there for you! That's why you need to take advantage of these bullshit services, because they're certainly not screwing you or anything.

Once these people have their resumes made all squeaky clean,  know how to wear the right suit to that job interview, and have these money sucking leeches removed, they will hit the pavement and discover that there are NO job interviews out there, because there are NO jobs out there. Rest assured, Nelnet will make a nice amount of money off these unemployed folks! Luckily, the government is taking the right measures and CUTTING everything. Because we unedumacated folks have been taught to believe that budget cuts and tax cuts create jobs - that's what the wizards on the Hill be tellin' us. God Bless the Neoliberals in Amerika.

1930s in the U.S.

2000s in the U.S.


Related Links

"Nelnet News," May 10, 2010


5 comments:

Nookular Don said...

LOL...Great Depression guy has a much nicer sign!

Anonymous said...

He could afford it. He had no student debt, just a baby on the way.

C. Cryn Johannsen said...

Here's something I fing interesting about the 1930s photo. Look at his age. He's 28. Look at his face. Now tell me, does that look like the face of a 28-year-old? Is that what this next crew of millennials will look like after they've been jobless, frantic about their delinquent and/or defaulted student loans, and living at home (if they're lucky)?

Nando said...

Cryn, I LOVE that you came out swinging against the pigs/oligarchs.

Economists keep saying that this is the worst "economic downturn" since the 1930s. (Goddamn, I HATE euphemisms.) Yet, for $ome rea$on, these economic cheerleaders masqerading as "market analysts" do not have the balls, the brains, or the backbone to call this a depression.

JDpainterguy said...

Holy Crap!