What If Job Postings for Drivers Were Written Like Job Postings For Information Security?

A colleague sent a link to an image of a fake job posting that asks "What if drivers were hired like programmers?". I don't see much difference between this and the job postings for infornmaton security.

Job title: Driver

Job requirements: professional skills in driving normal and heavy-freight cars, buses and trucks, trolley buses, trams, subways, tractors, shovel diggers, contemporary light and heavy tanks currently in use by NATO countries.

Skills in rally and extreme driving are obligatory!

Formula 1 driving experience is a plus.

Knowledge and experience in troubleshooting and repair of piston and rotor/Wankel engines, automatic and manual transmissions, ignition systems, OBD systems, ABS, ABD, GPS and car-audio systems by world-reknowned manufacturers is obligatory!

Experience with painting and tinsmith tasks is a plus.

The applicants must have current certificates by BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi.

Compensation: $15-$20/hour but it depends on the interview result.
Education requirements: Bachelor's Degree of Engineering or related discipline.

Author: Khürt Williams

a human, an application security architect, avid photographer, nature lover, and formula 1 fan who drinks beer.