Law school students are in a ton of debt these days. But is their financial situation so dire they’d take a job as a holiday shopper?
Apparently so if you listen to one Willamette University College of Law professor.
The unnamed professor sent an email to Willamette students seeking a “personal assistant to help with activities including errands, organisation, Christmas gift-wrapping and mailing,” Above The Law reported Friday.
The professor is offering to pay $15 an hour as long as the student works 10 to 15 hours for the next two weeks.
But have things really become so bad a student paying thousands in tuition would be willing to take such a menial job? Let us know in the comments what you think.
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