NEW DETAILS EMERGE ABOUT MONSTER.COM AD

Monster.com is tackling the bleak economy and 16-year high unemployment levels with humor. A recent New York Times article reports, the job search website’s upcoming Super Bowl ad will continue the company’s “Are you in the right job?” campaign which began during the Golden Globes and promote their newly redesigned website. Of course, the ad assumes you actually HAVE a job (albeit the wrong one) and aren’t one of the 11 million Americans who are currently unemployed.

Previous commercials in the “Right job?” campaign featured underperforming and out-of-their-element employees, including a scared construction worker clinging to life on a steel beam which we later see is only a few feet off the ground. Here’s another from the same campaign starring a squeemish EMT:

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  1. [...] your job? Then don’t miss upcoming Super Bowl spots from CareerBuilder.com and Monster.com. And after you get a job, you’ll want to invest some of the money while stock prices are low [...]

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