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This Week in Jobs Philly: What we can learn about job hunting from dogs

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Editor’s note: Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge”). Below is this week’s edition. Here’s the last one we published; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.


Winter is the best, by a dog:

“Oh my god. Oh boy, wow. Ahhh I can’t sit still. Oh you guys, look! Look, guys! There’s snow! See the snow? Wow. Oh boy. Guys it’s everywhere. It’s all over — I’m going to pee on it. Wait, here? Or here? I do all the spots.

Oh wow. Guys, you can taste the sky. It’s like … oh boy, it’s wet. Wow, it’s cold in your mouth. Guys, guys have you tried this? Guys! Guys! Guys!

Watch mom, now I’m gonna run really, really super fast. Now I run even bigger, this time the fastest time! See? DO YOU SEE? I’M RUNNING! Oh boy. I’m gonna zip this way, but wait because I zag dis way. Running is the grea — HI, Rosie! Hi, Rosie! Hi, Rosie! Hiiiii, Rosie! Rosie. Rosie. Rosie. Hi!!! —  Rosie is my fran, she’s the greatest. Oh, wow.”

This, friends, is the job hunting energy we are channeling in February. Let’s chase our dreams the way the doggo runned so fast because the snow and the cold and he jumped and oh boy, wow!

The News

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The Jobs


Gosh, that was pun.

The End

Thanks for joining us this week, friends. Now get out there and make some yellow snow!

Happy job hunting.


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