NYC rodents are on notice.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is looking for a Director of Rodent Migration, a position that pays between $120,000 and $170,000 — but also requires a college degree.
The New York Post reviewed the job listing for the rat king:
Officials were also hoping the ideal candidate possessed a “general aura of badassery,” according to the tongue-in-cheek job listing, that also called for a bachelor’s degree.
Applicants for the “dream job” should have a “virulent vehemence for vermin” and the “drive, determination and killer instinct needed to fight the real enemy – New York City’s relentless rat population,” the posting said.
“Cunning, voracious, and prolific, New York City’s rats are legendary for their survival skills, but they don’t run this city – we do,” it continued.
The city was looking to hire the new top rodent remover amid a push to clean up the city and address rising rat complaints, which had increased by 70% in the first eight months of 2022 compared to two years ago.
“I’ve made it clear I hate rats — and we’re gonna kill some rats,” Mayor Eric Adams said at last month’s bill-signing. “We’re putting a dent in our rodent problem.”
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