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First applicants for jobs to get highest salaries


In a revolutionary new approach to recruitment, new staff will be paid a salary in proportion to the speed of their application.

Stephanos Phillipousis is taking the familiar easyJet and easyEverything marketing approach to a new field - online recruitment. With the current skills shortages, EasyJobs is taking a radically different approach. The salaries paid to successful candidates - irrespective of the job - will be directly proportional to the speed of their application. Thus, the first ten applicants each day could be paid up to £100,000 if they secure the job.

Those who delay longest, may only be paid £15,000 or less. This novel approach to recruitment and salaries is certain to confound both employers and unions - whilst proving highly attractive to anyone looking for a job. Sounds like it could be a winner in the recruitment stakes. How much do you want to earn, just by getting in quick? Check out the current vacancies on offer at


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