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  1. The Mary Sue is Looking For a Weekend Editor

    It's true, we're searching for a new Weekend Editor at The Mary Sue.

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  2. New York City To Begin Offering Female Taxi Drivers For Women Only

    If you've ever taken a taxi alone and late at night in New York City, you probably understand the need for this.

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  3. Woman Creates Resume in LEGO Form, Deserves to Be Given All the Jobs

    I think we found the Special!

    Everything about applying for jobs is not awesome, so Leah came up with a genius way to stand out from all the other minifigs and convince her dream agencies that she's "the missing piece." Master builders of the world, meet your competition!

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  4. Want to Write for Geekosystem? Good News! We’re Hiring!

    Dinosaurs need not apply. Actually, never mind. We'd love to work with a dinosaur.

    Geekosystem is currently seeking smart, talented, and generally pleasant geeks for a three month full-time paid fellowship position in our New York City office. If you're interested, read this post and follow the instructions.

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  5. Jason Statham is the Right Man for the Job, as Evidenced by This Supercut [Video]

    Which job? Every job.

    Jason Statham has played a lot of characters who have a lot of jobs. Seriously. Even their jobs have jobs, and those jobs each strap on a job helmet and squeeze down into a job cannon and fire off into job land, where jobs grow on little jobbies. Anyway, here's a supercut of Statham talking about all his jobs. Jobs!

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  6. We’re Looking for an Entry-Level Science Writer in New York’s Soho

    Come write about amazing science for us.

    Geekosystem is looking for an ambitious, energetic science enthusiast and newshound to cover all aspects of science from synthesizing the driest of academic journals for the masses to finding the most ridiculous Youtube experiments. If that sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you.

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  7. Hate Your Job? New Gallup Survey Says So Does Almost Everyone Else

    Knowing you're not alone in hating your job probably won't hate your job any less, but maybe it will brighten your miserable day?

    I really love my job here at Geekosystem, but it turns out I'm in the minority. According to a Gallup survey only 30% of the 100 million Americans with a full-time job are "actively engaged" at the workplace. Half the workforce is "not engaged," and the remaining 20% are "actively disengaged," meaning they straight up hate their job and, "roam the halls spreading discontent."

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  8. BeautifulPeople.com Launches Jobs Site, Please Commence Eye Rolling…Now

    The folks behind BeautifulPeople.com -- a dating site for the attractive and vapid -- have done another thing, and no, it's not "shut up and go away forever" like we were all hoping.

    Did you know that even attractive people occasionally have to work for a living? It's true! They're just like us normals that way! This sad but true fact has been grudgingly acknowledged by the gorgeous, vacantly staring minds* behind BeautifulPeople.com. Now, they've started an employment site that is -- you guessed it -- only for beautiful people. Because shallowness and discrimination are their business, and business is good.

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  9. Funny or Die Beat Everyone to the Steve Jobs Biopic Punch

    Sometimes it's better to be first than to be the best, and while that's far from the philosophy displayed by Apple during Steve Jobs' life, it seems to be the one comedy site Funny or Die took when churning out their Jobs biopic iSteve. It's available online right now, ahead of its competitors jOBS and Steve Jobs.

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  10. The Cake is Not a Lie, It’s a Resignation Letter

    Most of us have probably quit jobs before. Sometimes the impulse to burn all bridges on your way out is too strong to ignore, but any career advice you're likely to get will tell you to leave in a polite, cordial way. What's more polite and cordial than handing in your resignation letter on a cake? Nothing.

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