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Finding a job can be hard enough without being labelled a “whiny, entitled millennial”.
Marketing CEO Kyle Reyes is so adamant about "weeding them out" of his company that he has introduced a “snowflake test” for prospective applicants.
This is to ensure that he doesn’t accidentally end up employing any overly sensitive, liberal candidates who might be easily offended.
Reyes told Fox News:
A snowflake is somebody who is going to whine and complain and come to the table with nothing but an entitled attitude and an inability to back their perspective.
Questions include: "What does America mean to you?", and "When was the last time you cried and why?" and are designed to gauge applicants’ stances on gun control, police and America in general.
Anyone who doesn't support the Second Amendment's right to bear arms, or isn't proud to be an American is immediately out of the running.
60 per cent of applicants dropped out after hearing about the 'snowflake test,' which Reyes insists is a sign that it’s working.
The CEO of The Silent Partner Marketing also added:
You’re young, you’re ignorant, you’re brainwashed by liberal professors who didn’t tell you that in the real world, the only ‘safe space’ is in your parents’ basement.
He says other companies have even contacted him about introducing similar tests, explaining:
“People are sick and tired of having to be so politically correct”
Unsurprisingly, only two people have made the cut so far.
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