- Tammy, a loving mother of four adorable kids, advertised a job opportunity for a babysitter with a list of demands
- Among the strict qualifications included no drinking, no smoking, not even vaping and no tattoos or piercings
- Many social media users were stunned by the requirements demanded by the American mother, saying they were unreasonable
A mother is looking for a babysitter and would only hire the best one who meets the strict requirements.
Tammy posted the job advert with the required qualifications for the potential babysitter to increase the chances of finding one.
The American woman disclosed in the ad she had four adorable children between two to seven years.
Requirements of babysitter of four
"I need someone to watch my four kids (ages 2,3,5 and 7) from noon to 6pm Monday to Friday and (occasional weekends)," part of the advert read.
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Below the text were the various thresholds the babysitter was required to meet before securing the job.
Among them were a great cook and avid cleaner, over 25 years old and minimum education, a master's degree.
Please call Tammy if interested
"No social media accounts (I don't need my kids seeing that), no drinking, no smoking, not even vaping and no tattoos or piercings," read the advert.
The potential employee also required five professional references, adding that a background check and drug test would be conducted.
"This job pays N155,000 a week. One must have own transportation to and from while running all my errands. Please call Tammy if interested," the advert concluded.
Social media reactions
Social media users criticised the advert and slammed Tammy for the strict requirements.
"I wouldn't do that for N4,600 a day. You'll never find a single human that falls under those qualifications. Even a nun wouldn't have five professional references or agree to a drug test," one babysitter said.
"Does Tammy have a Master's degree - or is she just pulling this out of thin air?'" another asked.
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