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But the attraction was so strong that the dating services quickly called it off after a couple of days in early March, canceling new subscriptions, refunding fees paid and pulling back points awarded. A 5 annual Match subscription earned 32,250 points, enough to make hearts flutter among mileage fanatics.“Dave,” as he’s known, wrote things like “mixed bag of pictures, but great bod” and “OK girl, but very jappy; one and done for me)” for his reviews. In this case, Dave actually forwarded the spreadsheet to one of his dates — who then passed it along to her friends who later passed it along to , which published a highly censored version of the document.It’s worth mentioning that more than one person from wildly different sectors of my personal life forwarded the document to me as well. No — I have no tight affiliation with the gentlemen of Wall Street.American workers appear to have mixed feelings about where they work.
It will launch a new company, “Elevated Careers by e Harmony,” in December that will run a new version of its famous compatibility assessment — only this time for job applicants and their would-be superiors. “The goal will be to help people get a job where they really belong,” says the company’s founder and CEO Neil Clark Warren.
The stupid thing had reached old school meme-itude, that’s all.
As long as we’re on the subject, there’s this post from angry at Wall Street?
Dating site e Harmony hopes to do for employment what it’s done for marriage, pairing employees with their future bosses to see if it’s a match made on Wall Street. worker only lasts 4.6 years with each employer, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but e Harmony wants to change all that.
EHarmony can’t say whether there exactly will be “29 Dimensions of Compatibility” for matching potential employees and their bosses, as with romantic relationships, but there will be some crossover.
In 1999, a Healthy Choice frequent-flier promotion led a man in Sacramento, Calif., to buy up huge quantities of pudding and donate it to the Salvation Army in return for help peeling off labels to mail in.