Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Power of Language

Halfway around the world, English is more important than ever. Just a few weeks ago, a taxi driver from Ghana was driving me around in DC. Apparently, Ghana is the number one place in Africa for well-trained, native English-speaking talent. This email I just received from Ghana cements that. By the way, if any of you are search for a new career, there are openings in Canada and Australia for "lobsters". As a lobster, presumably after completing some sort of on-the-job crustacean certification, you make between $13 and $22 an hour. Not bad for just sitting in a tank! To get in touch or submit your resume, see the information below:

From: Maxy Owen []
Sent: Sunday, January 24, 2010 3:16 PM
To: undisclosed recipients:
Subject: job employment
Dear sir/ma,
Currently we have job opening in Canada and Australia,for differnt categories, like fish cutters,fish packers,lobsters,engineers,supervisors,accountants,cleaners, and many more.salary range is between 13usd to 22usd per hour you will work minimum of 6 hrs per day.we arrange 2 years work permit/visa.if you are highly interested kindly contact us for futher processings.

Regards, Maxy Owen
Director General, Linkvisa Recruitment company Ghana.
#119b accra new town,accra ghana. tel+2335489660.

1 comment:

udjim said...

A lobster position might be a good career move for me. I'm used to getting steamed over my work; might as well get the butter, too.