Friday, April 4, 2014

New STEM motto voting ends at midnight Eastern

The results so far:

"Salaries Terrible, Employment Mediocre": 9 votes
"Surplus Trained: Employers' Market!": 6 votes
"Shortage, The Eternal Mantra": 4 votes
"Sorry The Employment's Missing": 3 votes
"Sure To End Miserably": 2 votes

"Sack Those Employees, Mate", "Solely Technology Employment Meaningful", "Statistics Twisted, Employees Mourn": no votes so far. 

Voting in the comments ends at midnight Eastern time tonight.

UPDATE: It appears that "Salaries Terrible, Employment Mediocre" by The Iron Chemist has won the day. TIC, feel free to e-mail me for your prizes. 

12 comments:

  1. Surplus Trained: Employers' Market!

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  2. Surplus Trained: Employers' Market!

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  3. The Iron ChemistApril 4, 2014 at 4:47 PM

    If it's all right with everyone, I'll vote for my own:

    "Salaries Terrible, Employment Mediocre."

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    1. Needs flashes of cameras as you exit the voting booth.

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  4. In that case, I'll vote for mine as well (not that I think it's going to make much difference now):
    " Shortage: the Eternal Mantra"

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  5. Pig Farmer's MumApril 4, 2014 at 5:37 PM

    "Shortage, The Eternal Mantra"

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  6. Salaries Terrible, Employment Mediocre!

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  7. I already voted once for "Shortage, The Eternal Mantra", but I also really like "Sack Those Employees, Mate"
    Can't you just picture Andy Liveris saying that ?
    How about right after he leads an acquisition of another company he doesn't know what to do with?

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  8. Looking very relaxed, Adolf Hitler on Vibes

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