Several employment ads are taking a page from fast food restaurants, hoping to attract students in need of money.
Only these folks would be flipping more than burgers.
“Now auditioning the class of 2015,” one ad said, while another beckoned with the come-on, “Pay your way through college.”
What position is in the offing? Dancers for the Little Darlings Strip Club in Las Vegas, according to KVVU-TV Fox 5 News.
“It fits in with Vegas. Vegas is always going to be Vegas,” club manager Rick Marzullo told Fox 5. “We all know the economy isn’t that great. It’s hard to find jobs sometimes. This is an open door for young women 18 years old and up to come and make some good money.”
The club’s continuous search for new talent and skyrocketing education costs make for the perfect symbiotic relationship, Marzullo said.
“Hundreds that are either in college or that have worked their way through college [have stripped], and like I said, without one penny of debt, not having to take out student loans, not having to borrow money from family or friends or taking out loans from banks,” he told Fox 5.
With hundreds of thousands of commuters passing the sign every day on the busy Las Vegas Strip, the ad is getting attention.
“It’s not a shock to me that people just kind of go along with the idea,” Las Vegas resident Kayla Garninger told Fox 5, but added that the message could have a negative effect on women. “You could completely change the route of a woman’s life, of a woman who’s trying to progress and go to college and make something of herself. I don’t agree with it at all.”
But others didn’t see the harm.
“They are consenting adults,” resident Julian Loiza told Fox 5. “I feel if that’s what they want to do, then they have a right to.”
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