Trending ngayon ang kuwento ng isang employer tungkol sa isa niyang aplikante na fresh graduate umano ng Ateneo de Manila University.

Sabi ni Kume (@DearKume), tinanggihan siya ng aplikante sa inalok niyang P37,000 na starting salary para sa posisyon na entry level Marketing Associate.

“I asked for her reason and she said that she expects at least 60k (P60,000) because of her educational background. I’M SPEECHLESS,” tsika niya pa.

Dagdag niya, tinanggap naman ng “very bright” Marketing Management major mula University of Santo Tomas ang parehong offer. “Well done, Thomasian!”

Hindi naman daw hangad ni Kume na i-bash ang Ateneo graduate pero gusto niya lang daw na mapaisip ang netizens.

“Many people misinterpreted the tweet. The whole point was her reason for rejecting the offer. She said IT’S BECAUSE OF MY EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND. She was a graduate of a 4-year course like all the other candidates. She basically said she deserves 60k because she’s from Ateneo,” sabi ni @DearKume.

“It’s actually a thought-provoking situation — what kind of mindset do kids have these days? Are they simply out of touch with reality, or were they brought up to think they deserve such huge salaries right off the bat?” dagdag niya.

May mga netizen na sang-ayon sa nag-tweet, habang may iba na kumampi sa aplikante at sinabing mahal na ang livable wage sa bansa ngayon.

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