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Funny story: Women Get Advice On Fox On How To Succeed

Women Get Advice On Fox On How To Succeed

A Fox & Friends segment on Monday warned women looking to succeed in business "not to raise their voices" and not to talk too much. Fox News host Steve Doocy introduced Sylvia Ann Hewlett, author of "Executive Presence." She suggested that w...
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Funny story: Office worker wishes he was sat on "way cooler table" behind him

Office worker wishes he was sat on "way cooler table" behind him

Office worker Richard Manganiello reported to sources close to him last Friday of his wish to be sat with the people on the table behind him at his job. Claiming that it was a "way cooler table" than where he currently was placed. Manganiello w...
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Funny story: Man Loses Out On Job Offer Due To Pathetically Weak Handshake

Man Loses Out On Job Offer Due To Pathetically Weak Handshake

Nathan Edwards had it all: a 1st class honours degree from Oxford, a Masters degree from Cambridge, Captain of the Rowing team and a CV so strong it could take on a grizzly bear. But all is not looking up for Edwards as he was recently rejected f...
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Funny story: Self Employed at Record High Levels

Self Employed at Record High Levels

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that self-employment is at a record high of 4 ½ million, helping push the overall jobless rate down to 6.8% While the numbers look good on the surface, however, a poll reveals some disturbin...
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Funny story: A reality television show about dudes making reality TV shows

A reality television show about dudes making reality TV shows

Just when you thought they couldn't make any more new reality television shows about people doing "their jobs", TV Land has done it again. Currently, almost every single occupation you can imagine from prison guards to pawnbrokers, chefs, second h...
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Funny story: NASA States That They Are No Longer Taking Any Applications From Colorado Residents

NASA States That They Are No Longer Taking Any Applications From Colorado Residents

HOUSTON - NASA Spokesperson Trent Timmelfarb has made an announcement that has surprised many people and shocked others. He stated to the press that NASA has cancelled their scheduled trip to Denver to hold a job fair. He further explained that...
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Funny story: U.S. Government Announces New Job Force Initiative

U.S. Government Announces New Job Force Initiative

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Labor Department issued a statement today about a new Job force initiative designed to provide needed jobs to the nation's unemployed. "We are calling it the 'R.R.R.P.' for 'Restroom Renewal & Restoration Project'," stat...
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Funny story: Economy in Colorado Higher Than The Rockies

Economy in Colorado Higher Than The Rockies

Denver Mayor Hancock says that, although he was against legalizing recreational marijuana at first, he says it is making his city and the whole state wealthy. "I had previously thought about all the problems but they don't seem to be any worse tha...
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Funny story: U.S. Running Out of Ph.D. Positions

U.S. Running Out of Ph.D. Positions

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - The Boston Consortium announced today that the U.S. is running out of Ph.D. positions. With a student count of 122,000, the Boston Consortium Schools report they cannot possibly guarantee their Ph.D. candidates jobs when they...
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Funny story: Ted Cruz, Wealthy Oppose Min. Wage Hike

Ted Cruz, Wealthy Oppose Min. Wage Hike

The current federal minimum wage in the U.S. is $7.25 an hour, full time pay less than $15,000 a year, way below the poverty level. Current proposals before congress would raise the floor to $10.10 an hour. This would leave a full-time employee still far below the poverty line but would be helpful. There is now widespread public support to raise the minimum wage. That is largely attribute...
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Funny story: Unusual Competent Thyroid Nodule Sets Workplace Efficiency Record

Unusual Competent Thyroid Nodule Sets Workplace Efficiency Record

An unusual thyroid nodule set a record in Louisville for the most hormone produced for its relative size. In fact, it was so efficient, it was doing ALL of the jobs assigned its entire section, aptly named "the thyroid". Sadly, it was given its walki...
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Funny story: If you're in the box, stop thinking outside it--interviewing tips for job seekers

If you're in the box, stop thinking outside it--interviewing tips for job seekers

HARFOLD, Vt. - Harfold State College released a study this week which suggests that beliefs about interview etiquette may amount to nothing more than wives' tales. How long has it been cool to say, "I think outside the box"? Well, according to Dwi...
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Funny story: Top Twelve Worst Jobs

Top Twelve Worst Jobs

All the following jobs are available and some pay well, if you are really desperate for work: 1. Stool Examiner for Pin Worms 2. Towel Distributor at Geriatric Sauna. 3. Referees needed for wild boar fights 4. Ear wax collector for the Rich and Nutty 5. Gas Station bathroom cleaner at a chain of Stop & Plops. (Mask furnished) 6. Traveling Foot Stool for Michael Moore.
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Funny story: Salesmen Find Value in 'Good Cop, Bad Cop'

Salesmen Find Value in 'Good Cop, Bad Cop'

Coco Deet, 26, a salesman at the new clothing store, Shoppers Unite, recently discovered how effective the technique, "Good Cop, Bad Cop," can be when applied to potential shoppers. "Since the economy has been so bad, our store has really suffered...
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Funny story: Laxative Testers: The Last of A Once Proud Profession

Laxative Testers: The Last of A Once Proud Profession

FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - According to recent research studies it appears that the once proud profession of laxative testers has gone the way of stagecoach drivers. The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency has just released a year-long study which shows t...
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Funny story: Super Pacs Adapt Campaign Tactics for the Common Folk

Super Pacs Adapt Campaign Tactics for the Common Folk

Washington, DC - Now that the 2012 Presidential campaign is finally over, Super Pacs, those zany organizations that played a major role in funding the candidates, are left wondering what to do. Then there is Super Fund manager, Carter Deustch of t...
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Funny story: New York Woman's Examined Life Not Worth Living

New York Woman's Examined Life Not Worth Living

New York attorney Diana Campbell was proud of having earned her law degree at the age of 54. She had steady work that wasn't too mentally demanding and which served to pay the bills. And, after nearly three decades of therapy and twelve-step work, sh...
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Funny story: Over 12 Million New Jobs Found Locked in an Omaha Warehouse

Over 12 Million New Jobs Found Locked in an Omaha Warehouse

Omaha, Nebraska - America's frantic search for new jobs has hit the mother load. A team of Navy SEALs has uncovered and seized a long-forgotten human resource center, containing over 12.4 million private sector jobs. "At 1:09 AM, Greenwich Mean Ti...
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"I Made Up Global Warming" Admits Gore

"I needed a new campaign hook and that bit about me inventing the Internet just wasn't going to fly so I just thought up that one," said Al Gore, Nobel Prize winner and former Vice-President.

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