The ever-elusive tech worker was apparently chasing a gold prize.
But a San Francisco-based web design company known as 28Seconds said there was just one catch: workers could only show up to the job on the first and only day — July 1.
“These #sneakers need a f—ing paycheck”
The company said on Twitter Thursday that it was filled with lots of empty spaces and was in urgent need of worker.
“We know you’re out there, and we’re dying to have you, but the people in our office aren’t going to be happy,” a headline on a company page read.
To help find a “reasonable” costumer, 28Seconds posted a position that would pay $50,000 for a six-month gig. The successful applicant would be able to interview with the company’s founder after having tested all the “24/7 food, drinks, hookups, and live art.”
The company, which offers free tools to “make better product,” is seeking a “company-focused UX designer.”
“Chronic clashing of schedules = miserable product,” 28 Seconds added, when reporters pressed for more details.
28 Seconds’ catch was picked up by social media users who commented, gave good service to the customers and had a good sense of humor.
“My workers are so fabulous!” 28 Seconds responded to one negative comment.