The Most Hilarious Job Ads That Make Everyone Want To Apply
1 Minions Wanted
This is obviously a joke, but we still think it’s hilarious. This ad just gets funnier, the more you read it.
From “evil genius seeks minions” to “laser death rays provided”, this is the content we’re here for. Where do we sign up?
2 No Pun Intended
The person who posted this sign is on a roll. Business at this bakery must be on the rise.
A job at this establishment would never get stale. Do you have what it bakes to work here?
3 Now Hiring Sign Changers
Some mistakes are hard to come back from. It must stink to work at this particular McDonald’s.
We hope the manager got to the bottom of whoever made this mistake on the sign. Either way, we don’t want to work there!
4 They Can’t Be Sirius
Either this is a typo or the employer is a huge Harry Potter fan. Are they looking to hire Sirius Black?
They must be super sirius about this. We get the feeling that they just don’t know how to spell correctly.
5 Misfits Apply Within
We’re not exactly sure what goes down in the Tiny Tea Tent. It looks like they’ll hire just about anybody to perform.
It doesn’t sound like an appropriate place for children to be. Although, freaks and misfits need jobs too.
6 Honesty Is The Best Policy
The folks at this fire station know how to fire up potential job applicants. They admit that the work is hard, the hours are odd, and the pay is low.
Yet, after hearing about the cool helmets, we feel the burning need to work there.
7 Half-Shell Not Included
If you’re a fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, then we found the perfect job for you. As long as you don’t mind climbing into the sewer to turn in your application.
Whoever posted this help-wanted sign is turt-ally shell-arious. Cowabunga!
8 The Pay Is Awful
Not only is this A&W looking to hire two teenagers, but they’re only going to pay them $6! No self-respecting teen would work for that horrible pay.
This sign is a shining example of the importance of proofreading.
9 No Thanks
We’re not sure exactly what’s going on here. Either Dodge’s Store needs someone to manage their donkeys, or this is a major typo.
All the same, you don’t want to hear about the job description.
10 No Grammar Skills Needed
It’s important for an employer to set the tone for the type of people they want to attract to the job. This sign sends all the wrong messages.
Apparently, you don’t have to use proper grammar to work at this establishment.
11 Fool Me Once
The manager at this Blockbuster Video won’t be fooled again. Obviously, they had a bit of a “dinosaur posing as a human” problem at this location. That can be so common these days.
Sorry clever dinosaurs, you’ll have to apply at a different video store. Good luck actually finding one.
Wow! We love that a passerby took the time to present this sign to us. It’s a very specific help wanted sign. Hopefully, they found the perfect candidate who previously worked at a piano bar near the seashore.
Their resume must list “Clampiano Player” as a past job.
13 High Standards
The hiring manager at this Korean BBQ House is no longer accepting applications from zombies. They’ve had it with brainless employees. Only people with a brain can apply.
How many zombies do you think they fired before it forced them to create this sign?
14 Setting The Bar Low
The folks over at The Foxhole are no longer beating around the bush when it comes to hiring dancers, and we have questions. Is this even legal?
Are the ugly dancers aware that they’re filling that position?
15 So Ironic
The manager at this Exxon knows how to target potential employees. It’s hard to believe that they pay more than the New York City Police Department.
We wonder how many police officers actually quit their jobs to go work at the gas station.
16 Sausage Biscuits Needed
Let’s have a grammar lesson about why it’s important to use a period at the end of a statement. By leaving out the proper punctuation on this sign, Subway will now only hire 2 sausage biscuits for their recent job opening.
This concludes our grammar lesson for the day.
17 Sexist Sign
We would like to inform this business owner that we are no longer living in the 1950s. Women are capable of doing more than just working in the kitchen.
This sign is the worst.
This understated sign is the perfect ad for a graphic designer. Whoever created it has a great sense of humor.
We hope they attracted just the right designer for the job.
19 Epic Sign Typo
This hilarious sign definitely caught our attention. The first job that the computer literate clerk will perform once they get the position is to proofread the next message placed on the light board.
This one is funny cause it’s just so stupid.
20 Fried Turkeys
We feel so relieved to see this sign. It’s been a tough market out there for unemployed fried turkeys. Luckily, this company is exclusively looking to hire some.
Be sure to tell all of your fried turkey friends to apply.
21 They Really Sold This
There’s a lot to take in with this sign, and none of it is good. Between the low pay and jerk boss, it would be a miracle if anyone wanted to work at this store.
They probably needed to hire a new sign person after the boss saw that one.
22 Hay Chewer
Now, this is a job opening that you don’t see every day. Does anybody know any hay chewers? Bud is looking for someone to help around the ranch.
Must have teeth in better shape than the horse.
23 Word Play
Someone who works at this Taco Bell is brilliant. This hilarious sign would totally convince us to work there.
That’s why we decided to taco about it on this list.
24 Strange Requirements
There’s so much to unpack in this disturbing help wanted ad. Let’s start with the fact that you need zero experience to be a surgeon at this health clinic.
The fact that the applicant must have their own tools just adds to the creepiness.
25 Cry-Babies Need Not Apply
It’s crucial for businesses to know exactly what type of person they’re looking for when hiring, but more importantly, they should know who they don’t want for a potential employee. This establishment covers all the bases. They want a hard worker with a respectful attitude, but no cry-babies.
We get the feeling they’re describing a woman they recently fired.
26 An Acquired Skill
This restaurant in Dallas knows a thing or two about the special set of skills needed to be a bartender. Only the most experienced person could decipher this babble.
It just looks like nonsense to us.
27 Moving On
The world mourned when the founder of Wendy’s, Dave Thomas, passed away. Except for this specific location, according to the sign.
They’ve moved on and are already looking to fill the position. Don’t worry. No one could fill Dave’s shoes.
28 Odd Request
It’s hard to believe that a deodorant sniffer is a real thing. Also, it’s funny that they consider this a better career option.
This has got to be a joke.
29 Grape Stomper
This silly sign advertising for grape stompers is so entertaining. We love the qualifications listed for the job, good balance and large feet are important qualities to have when stomping grapes.
Sorry skinny people, you’re just not right for the job.
30 SpongeBob Will See You Now
Who knew that SpongeBob was in charge of hiring at Burger King? It makes sense, though. He has plenty of restaurant experience from working at the Krabby Patty all of those years.
That would be quite a fascinating and exhausting job interview.
31 Human Scarecrow
This job ad for a scarecrow is pretty bonkers. Why do they specifically need a person for this role? Can’t they just do it the old-fashioned way and stuff a pair of overalls with hay?
This feels like the formula for a terrifying horror film.
32 Secret Ingredient
Whoever created this sign for Wendy’s didn’t think it through. If the secret ingredient is their people, then we don’t want to work there.
Human hamburgers aren’t real, are they?
33 Clever Pre-screening
Only a genius can apply for the job of a computer engineer at this company. Applicants have to solve a problem to even gain access to the phone number.
That’s one way to filter out the dummies.
34 Sonic Stimulus
This Sonic found a funny way to get people to apply for the job. It certainly caught our eye.
This is a sign of the times in a post-lockdown world.
35 Hot Honey
Here’s another example of the importance of proper punctuation. The folks over at KFC want you to know that they are hiring.
You can only apply if you’re hot and don’t mind being called Honey.
36 Shrimp Tacos
The people over at Del Taco are hiring if you’re looking for a job. Of course, you have to be a shrimp taco if you want to be hired.
Also, you only get paid $5.
37 King Vs. Clown
It doesn’t get much funnier than this Burger King sign. The King probably really is a better boss than Ronald McDonald.
Do the people at McDonald’s care that they will forever be associated with a clown?
38 Optimists Only
Don’t even bother applying to work at this establishment if you like frowning and unhappy things. They know exactly the type of person they need for the job.
Pessimists need not apply.
39 Pizza Cook
It’s obvious that awful employees have burned the owner of this pizza joint before. They refuse to hire any more cry bags in the kitchen. We weren’t aware that you could even get a Master’s degree in S.Y.M.
Don’t even consider applying if you can’t shut your mouth.
40 So Subtle
We know it can be a challenge for businesses to find good workers. This employer is not messing around.
Clueless people need not apply.